How can you use data to monitor your lifestyle (from food to exercise) to boost your body’s resilience against diseases? Dr. Sabine Seymour is an entrepreneur, researcher, and athlete. As a technologist, Sabine conceives products at the intersection of sensors, data, and the body. As an economist, she develops wealth distribution and asset ownership models for citizens who generate biometric and environmental data using distributed technologies. Her recent venture SUPA® is democratizing data by tokenizing the body™. Her think tank MOONDIAL is the nexus between silicon and style™ for clients like Intel, Siemens, GE, and Disney. Dr. Seymour was the inaugural professor and director of the Fashionable Technology Lab at Parsons School of Design in New York, led the research project BODYMETAPHOR with co-researcher Miriam Steele at the New School of Social Research, conceived Computational Cellulose at Aalto University, and was the Chair of the Rockefeller Foundation funded Computational Fashion Research Initiative at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center. She authored three books: Fashionable Technology, Functional Aesthetics, Computational Fashion, and currently works on Social Data Capitalism.