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Inside Alphabet's big anti-aging bet

Calico chief computing officer Daphne Koller. Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty

Anti-aging company Calico has remained fairly quiet since being formed in 2013 via around a $1 billion investment from Google. But that changed a bit today when senior executive Daphne Koller was interviewed at a San Francisco conference hosted by CB Insights:

QuoteAging is a universal societal problem.
— Daphne Koller, Calico's chief computing officer and former CEO of Coursera