Hannah Kuchler writes about pharmaceuticals, biotech and health tech for the Financial Times. She has reported for the FT for over ten years, from the US, Europe and Asia, covering everything from Chinese internet companies to British politics. For five years, she was based in Silicon Valley writing about how technology companies are changing the world, including the rise and stumbles of Facebook, cyber security, and a column for the FTWeekend magazine on tech culture. She frequently represents the FT on TV, radio and at conferences. She believes healthcare is the next frontier for technology and is fascinated by the possibilities of how artificial intelligence could transform the industry and our lives.