On Friday 5th November we hosted an Adoreum Capital Lunch, with the theme ‘Genomics: The Quantified Self’ at The Berkeley in Knightsbridge. Over one hundred guests from Adoreum’s network of investors, business leaders, entrepreneurs and academics, joined us for lunch, followed by a talk from the Chairman and CEO of genomics business 3 Billion Pairs Genetic, David Tabizel (Chairman of Adoreum, and co-founder of Autonomy, Demon Internet, 365 Corp and Durlacher) and Stephan Tual (co-founder of Ethereum), respectively.
Guests were welcomed with a glass of French Bloom, an organic alcohol-free sparkling wine soon to be launched in the UK, a refreshing start for a midday event.
We then sat down for a three course lunch, impeccably served by the wonderful team at The Berkeley. As usual, the food was fantastic
After lunch, David and Stephan introduced the concept of genomics and the quantified self, and how they are applying the power of genomics and data management and AI to 3 Billion Pairs Genetic. 3 Billion Pairs is building a new genomic economy where members earn a dividend by “staking” their genome and associated biomarkers, all whilst helping humanity push science forward.
The intrigue of the audience was clear and it was a pleasure to learn from David and Stephan’s brilliant minds. A huge thank you to The Berkeley for hosting such a well-executed event in their beautiful hotel.