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Business Community Insights Techonomy Events

Catherine Steiner-Adair: Screens Hinder Emotional Intelligence

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Catherine Steiner-Adair, a research associate at Harvard Medical School.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Robert Goldstein: Tech Can Even the Playing Field

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Robert Goldstein, Chief Operating Officer, BlackRock   More

Business Community Insights Techonomy Events

Neesha Hathi: Tech Needs the Basics

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Neesha Hathi, Chief Digital Officer, Charles Schwab   More

Healthcare

Biomedical Innovation Gaining Ground in Singapore

Twenty years of investment in biomedical infrastructure and innovation is starting to pay off for Singapore.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Tony Prophet: The Business of Equality

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Tony Prophet, chief equality officer at Salesforce.   More

Techonomy Events

Who Should Attend Techonomy 2018?

Who should attend Techonomy? Anybody grappling with the impact of technology on their business and the wider world.   More

Community Insights Opinion

Will Musk’s Faux Pas Change Twitter? Will it Affect Trump?

Private platforms for distributing news and announcements have surpassed public ones in importance. Case in point: Twitter is morphing into an official channel for the government. Roger Kay connects the tweets between Elon Musk and Donald Trump.   More

Arts & Culture

Techonomy Does Burning Man 2018

In which our business manager makes his way to Burning Man and comes back, shall we say, enlightened.   More

Business Techonomy Events

Paula Goldman: Emerging Tech Needs Guardrails

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Paula Goldman, global lead of the Tech and Society Solutions Lab at Omidyar Network.   More

Community Insights Security & Privacy

The Lessons of 9/11 Can Help Stop Internet Disinformation

Seventeen years after 9/11, we are at another inflection point of equal importance that requires partnership and cooperation between the public and private sectors: the containment of disinformation.   More

Society Techonomy Events

We Love Big Questions. It’s the Answers that are Hard.

Tech moves quickly. For most of us, understanding our own behavior and motives as citizens, friends, and consumers can’t even catch up to the reality of our 24/7 immersion in our smartphones. Today's bizarre reality requires even greater effort than in the past, it seems to me. Here's what I think helps.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Maynard Webb: Focus on Ethical Use of Tech

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer three critical questions in an ongoing series: Maynard Webb of Webb Investment Network, an investment firm for world-changing companies.   More

Cities Innovation Transportation

Which Countries Are Winning the Self-Driving Race?

A new study from KPMG International ranks the Netherlands as the country most ready to support driverless cars, followed by Singapore and the United States. China ranks 16th.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Michael Dunne: What Will Happen to Compassion and Love?

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer three critical questions in an ongoing series: Michael Dunne of ZoZo Go, an auto-tech advisory firm.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Cory Johnson: Blockchain Can Be World Changing

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer three critical questions in an ongoing series: Cory Johnson of Ripple, an electronic-payment service.   More

Community Insights Learning

How Technology Can Help Underserved Children Learn

Digital tools thoughtfully deployed can help close the learning gap for underserved students.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare

Critical Genomic Breakthrough Should Help Identify Disease Risk

A new report suggests that an innovative method of analyzing DNA will allow medical researchers to predict disease risk for far more people than can be done with conventional medical tests.   More

Sustainable Development Goals Techonomy Events

Who’s Afraid of a Digital Planet?

Harnessing technology can serve big unmet needs of people and the planet — without adding to the mess — but real progress will require a greater commitment from the private sector.   More

Community Insights Security & Privacy Society

Disinformation and Data Attacks Will Get Worse

Disinformation tactics are getting more and more sophisticated. These are cross-platform, multi-industry threats, and the solutions will be cross-platform and collaborative.   More

Global Tech Government The Internet

Why Zuckerberg Will Keep Failing in China

Despite impressive perseverance, Mark Zuckerberg's attempts to crack China are almost certainly destined to fail. Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick explains why, in this piece he wrote in mid-August for the South China Morning Post.   More