Statement by Dmitry Kaminskiy, General Partner of the Deep Knowledge Group, at the Davos Longevity Investment Summit during the World Economic Forum 2022

DAVOS, Switzerland, June 01, 2022-(BUSINESS WIRE)-Deep Knowledge Group is pleased to announce that its General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy spoke about the current state and future of the longevity industry at the Davos Longevity Investment Summit on the sideline of the World Economic Forum 2022.

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Dmitry Kaminskiy Deep Knowledge Group General Partner, Stefan Hascoet Head of Deep Knowledge Ventures Suisse and Longevity.Capital Managing Partner Cecilia Yu following Kaminskiy’s Keynote Address at the Davos Longevity Investment Summit at the 2022 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting (Graphic: Business Wire)

The Deep Knowledge Group is a consortium of commercial and non-profit organizations active in various fields in the field of deeptech and advanced technologies (AI, longevity, fintech, govtech, investtech), from scientific research to in investment, through entrepreneurship, analysis, media, philanthropy and so on.

The Group is recognized for deeptech analyzes, forecasts and benchmarks, receiving media coverage since 2014 through bestsellers focused on the future of technology, in particular. The Fourth Industrial Revolution of the founder and president of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab.

During his keynote address, Kaminskiy presented key findings on key trends and developments shaping the longevity industry and the investment ecosystem in 2022, underlining the Group’s efforts in defining the industry, in invention and popularization of the term “longevity industry”, as well as developments that led to the creation of the largest longevity industry database (50,000 companies, 12,000 investors, and 1,200 R&D hubs covering 20 industries and sub -sector, with more than 9.5 million data points), combined into a single longevity industry big data analytics system and dashboard. This database plays an important role in the activities of the Deep Knowledge Group to support the continued growth of the industry, as well as its pursuit of a truly ecosystem-based approach through its various divisions. of its financial services, with the aim of creating a financial infrastructure that promotes the commodification of the longevity industry as a new asset class.

Kaminskiy also revealed key insights coming from the Group’s nine-year existence to define the industry, particularly through his book, Longevity Industry 1.0: Identifying the Largest and Most Complex Industry in Human History (Second Edition) and the Longevity Industry Journal 2022a comprehensive 400-page industry overview compiled by Deep Knowledge Group, Aging Analytics Agency and Longevity International Association.

In addition to Mr. Kaminskiy, other Deep Knowledge Group partners attended Davos, including Stefan Hascoet (Head of Deep Knowledge Ventures Switzerland) and Cecelia Yu (Managing Partner at Longevity.Capital), who unveiled others various new projects, reports and Group IT platforms, including Global GovTech Industry Landscape Overview 2022 of Deep Knowledge Analytics and the Global Philanthropy Ecosystem and the DeepTech Overview for Social Good Landscape 2022 from Deep Knowledge Philanthropy.

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Franco Cortese

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