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Investing in Women’s Brain and Mental Health

Investing in Women’s Brain and Mental Health

“Right now, artificial intelligence (AI) is limited by a lack of diversity and training data leading to built-in assumptions that lean towards a white male perspective. When women and other diverse groups get involved, the full potential of AI to help all humans can...
With Gratitude on Mother’s Day

With Gratitude on Mother’s Day

My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in the spring of 2001. My father called me earlier in the year saying she was having trouble completing her sentences – she could not remember the words she wanted to use. I made the 40 minute trip to visit and saw for myself....
Eulogy for Mom

Eulogy for Mom

At Mom’s 90th birthday party, when asked to say a few words, she ended her comments with the thought, “I’m especially glad that I know I am me.” Mom’s struggle with dementia was escalating and this was her declarative statement that she...
Introducing Our New Title

Introducing Our New Title

Happy New Year! 2018 was abundant with creative editing as we shaped the film into its unique story. In the process, we sought feedback from talented people in the documentary world, including filmmakers at KTQ Labs and consulting editors and producers. One of the...
Rough Cut at KTQ Labs

Rough Cut at KTQ Labs

A work-in-progress of our film about the human research heroes of an Alzheimer’s study was screened and discussed at KTQ Labs in Chicago at the end of October. This opportunity, hosted by Kartemquin Films, the makers of Hoop Dreams and America to Me, in addition to...