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Techonomy Events

Welcome to Techonomy 2019

Techonomy's founder and editor-in-chief outlines what to expect in the days ahead as diverse leaders from business, tech, government, politics and philanthropy discuss some of the biggest issues of our time.   More

Energy & Green Tech Sustainable Development Goals Techonomy Events

Carbon Neutral Isn’t Enough

Reducing emissions of global warming gasses is critical. We also need to build a world economy that’s carbon negative. And there are many ways to suck up CO2. An article produced in tandem with Techonomy 2019.   More

Cities Innovation Partner Insights

The Cleveland Comeback

In Cleveland, Mayor Frank G. Jackson's steady leadership is pushing the Midwestern city toward a prosperous, inclusive future.   More

Bio & Life Sciences

A New Climate Change Threat: Fungal Killers

There are more than 6 million species of fungi, but just a handful are known to be pathogenic to humans. Nevertheless, one expert says fungi may be world's biggest health threat.   More

Innovation Partner Insights Sustainable Development Goals

What Can the World’s Largest Bottled Water Company Teach Us About Recycling?

The world's plastic crisis is so severe that our oceans may contain more plastic than fish within the next three decades. That’s why Nestlé Waters North America has set ambitious goals to boost the use of recycled material – and to change consumers’ views of plastic.   More

Democracy Global Tech Net Giants Opinion Techonomy Events

What Are the Real Issues We Must Urgently Address?

To get the world off an increasingly worrisome and self-reinforcing cycle of tech dysfunction, political paralysis, and failed action on climate, we all must get involved. Techonomy is committed, and we tackle all these issues at our conference next week.   More

Healthcare Inclusion Leadership

Bernard J. Tyson: Remembering a Pioneering Techonomist

Tyson was chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, one of America’s largest healthcare companies. He was also deeply committed to the idea that business and tech have a responsibility to drive social progress. On Nov. 10, he suddenly died.   More

Business Community Insights Healthcare

China Leapfrogs Healthcare Access

In China, people live on smartphones, enabling the healthcare system to morph and expand. Sanofi CEO Paul Hudson just got back from China. Here he shares the "stunning" digital healthcare changes he saw there.   More

Tech & Society Techonomy Events

The Many Facets of Techonomy 2019

Techonomy 2019 conference is next week. We'll range from how to remedy tech's harms to new architectures to computing to startups finding new ways to create food. Today's tech landscape is so intertwined that we believe it helps to think about all those things together.   More

Business From the Magazine Partner Insights Sustainable Development Goals

What Makes Johnson & Johnson Different

Joaquin Duato, vice chairman of the world's largest healthcare company, talks about tech, and global progress.   More

Business Community Insights Food Innovation

Why I’m Making a Big Bet on Sustainable Food

The venture capitalist and Cisco's former CEO makes the case for investing in an industry that's projected to grow sharply in the next year.   More

Food Inclusion Innovation

This Entrepreneur is Bringing Innovation to Food Inspection

Miku Jha grew up on a northern Indian mango farm, and left IBM to start her own agtech firm in the growing global food testing industry.   More

Food Inclusion Innovation

Where Women Drive Innovation: Agtech

In the “Salad Bowl of the World,” government has prioritized investing in women agtech innovators. In our series, we share their stories.   More

Business

What is a Good Conference Today?

These aren't times for ordinary conversation. We don't believe you can separate out moral, ethical, and global thinking when you discuss business strategy and the role of tech. Our conference Nov. 17-19 in California is where we live out our convictions and act on our concerns.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Innovation Science

As Gene Editing Advances, Scientists Race to Set Boundaries

Around the world, leading scientific organizations are moving quickly to implement new guidelines to govern the use of gene editing.   More

Global Tech Media & Marketing Tech & Society

Facebook’s Creating a Content “Supreme Court.” That’s a Problem.

This should have U.S. regulators challenging the world’s largest social media company's right to operate with virtually no oversight. Thankfully, the European Union is taking action.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Science

Why We Need to Learn the Language of DNA

Even super smart people don’t really understand genetics. To solve the problem, experts must do one key thing: translate technical concepts into simple terms.   More