Co-Founder + COO of BrainMind, Co-Founder + President of Entrepreneur of Your Own Life (EYOL), Director of the Global Leadership Incubator (GLI), former CIO of the Angiogenesis Foundation. Expert in creative communication of complex scientific concepts, clients at MIT, Harvard, MGH, Berkeley, Columbia, NYU. Organizes top-flight expert summits on scientific and medical topics. Creative work featured at the MOMA New York, Nobel Museum in Stockholm, TED, TEDMED, WEF, Vatican scientific conferences. Undergrad at Harvard, biochemical sciences. Ph.D. candidate in molecular and cellular biology at UC Berkeley.
In this talk, Diana Savile, CEO of Brain Mind, discusses the important and impactful ideas in brain science. She highlights the process of how these ideas leave the lab and enter society, emphasizing the significance of stakeholders, decision-making, and incentives. Diana introduces the Three Minds Organization, which aims to advance high-impact neuroscience and attract talent, funding, and resources to specific areas. She explores the concept of responsible innovation and how it aligns with the work of Brain Mind, focusing on cognitive liberty, data ethics, and AI ethics. Diana emphasizes the need for practical tools and engagement with ethical frameworks, and Brain Mind plans to develop stakeholder-specific resources to bridge the gap between ethical considerations and product development. The talk concludes with Diana expressing gratitude and welcoming audience questions.