At Techonomy, we love printed magazines! Please feel free to review all of our publications below.
|Techonomy 2017 Edition||Techonomy 2015||2014 Year End Report||2014 Spring Report|
Highlights from our 2017 Edition – Man, Machines and the Network:
- Our editorial theme for the year placed emphasis on the convergence of technology and society. This powerful edition of Techonomy Magazine examines ways in which tech can be used to solve some of the biggest challenges facing mankind, but also takes a hard look at how dated institutions have limited its effectiveness. It features articles by industry experts on climate change, the blockchain, Artifical Inteligence, Augmented Reality, the Internet of Things, and much more!
Highlights from our 2015 Report:
- It’s loaded with articles on topics about which we’re passionate, ranging from how the emergence of genomic medicine challenges the American health care system to a deep look at how technologized indoor agriculture may remake not only what we eat but its environmental consequences as well. There’s an article about how the radical new form of networked record keeping called the Blockchain could revolutionize the concept of ownership in historically disenfranchised parts of the world. And we did a long interview with one of the world’s most insightful experts on design–Paola Antonelli of the Museum of Modern Art.
Highlights from our 2014 Year End Report:
- We report on our 2014 Techonomy Detroit and Techonomy Bio conferences. Program director Simone Ross looks back at our five years of conferences. You’ll hear what Techonomy 2014 participants told us in advance. Other articles touch on the fraught intersection of tech innovation and government policy, the business of space, and the consumer-empowerment revolution in health care. We explain how we define a “techonomic” company. And we profile a TE14 speaker: an African inventor of high-tech prosthetics at the MIT Media Lab.
Highlights from our 2014 Spring Report:
- Our 2014 Techonomy magazine includes four exclusive feature articles plus shorter techonomic items, along with content from our 2013 conferences. You’ll find Jack Dorsey’s original drawings for Square, Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini’s grim diagnosis and aggressive course of treatment for American health care, David Kirkpatrick’s assessment of Facebook’s Internet.org initiative, and much more.