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5G Partner Insights Tech & Society

You’ll Probably Like the Mobile Landscape in 2030

We asked leading experts of the telecommunications industry to explain what they think the mobile ecosystem will look like in 2030. Authorities on the subject from Micron, Qualcomm, Ericsson, and more weighed in on what exciting mobile landscape the future might hold.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare Internet of Things

Now Every Doctor’s a “Teledoc” But What’s Next?

Before the pandemic less than 10% of the American population had tried telehealth services. Most of us felt telehealth generally wasn’t much more than a doctor-directed self examination.  “Where does it hurt?  Do you have a fever? ”  A typical session via companies like Teladoc, Amwell or HealthTap took 15 minutes and cost something like […]   More

CDX Finance Innovation

How Citi and Truist Accelerate Digital Transformation

Our continuing CDX Digital Roundtable series recently welcomed innovation and emerging product executives from the banking giant Citi and the new regional bank Truist (formed by the merger of SunTrust and BB&T).   More

5G Cities Mobile The Internet

Cloud + 5G = Vast New Infrastructure, Says Panel

Digital infrastructure globally is being reorientated as the "cloud" comes closer to everything we do, in parallel with the rollout of 5G. A roundtable recently explored this all, with Milan Rao, president of Wipro, and Mo Katibeh, chief marketing officer for AT&T Business.   More

Community Insights Opinion Tech & Society

Is Tesla to the Automotive Industry What the iPhone was to mobile?

During a recent virtual happy hour with more than 20 of our newest members, an interesting question arose – Is Tesla to the Automotive Industry as the iPhone was to mobile? Here’s what a few of them had to say.   More

Leadership Media & Marketing

There Isn’t a Crisis Communications Playbook

While organizations try to figure out how to respond to the current crisis, many of the messages feel generic using similar verbiage, symbolism, and even music. This discussion between communications executives explores the ways in which they are navigating these “unprecedented times.”   More

CDX Innovation

Masters of Corporate Innovation: W.L. Gore and thyssenkrupp Elevator

Our CDX Digital Roundtable series recently welcomed leading innovation experts from W.L. Gore and thyssenkrupp Elevator. Each of these industrial innovation powerhouses is leveraging external innovation to drive digital business transformation.   More

Media & Marketing The Future of Work

Raskin’s Special Awards for Virtual Events Platforms

The gold rush is on to move live events and conferences online. These are some companies to consider if you want to host an event in this stay-at-home era. The list of companies claiming to turn your event virtual is vast, but I found these to be the pick of the litter.   More

Innovation Leadership Partner Insights

Six Reasons Open Source Is the Tool for Now

When companies accept the power of community and let go of a little control, they learn that open source broadens the range of ideas and talent that can contribute to any corporate software project, with often stunningly effective results.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare

As We Wait For a Vaccine, Scientists Eye Antibodies

Antibody-based therapies may pave the way out of pandemic lockdown regardless of how soon a vaccine is available. ‘The science has been really blazing fast,’ says one expert.   More

Global Tech Healthcare Resilience

What’s Next for Testing, Tracking, Treatment, and Tech?

As we seek to move to a safer phase of Covid-19 response and remediation around the world, how is tech contributing? Experts in testing, tracking, and treatment joined our roundtable to help Techonomy’s community ground itself in the new realities.   More

Innovation Media & Marketing

Golden Gate Bridge Fatigue, and Other Tales From the Brave New World of Online Events

It’s only been 6 weeks since most large gatherings and events were canceled. Many of us are quickly finding out that, when done right, online events and conferences can be a lot less expensive and remain effective in surprising ways.   More

CDX Healthcare Innovation Transportation

Hyundai, Gilead Sciences, and Charlene Li on Innovation Now

Our CDX Digital Roundtable series recently welcomed leading innovation experts from Gilead Sciences and Hyundai as well as digital transformation expert and author, Charlene Li. All of them are leveraging external innovation to drive digital business transformation.   More

Inclusion Learning Resilience

Last week’s roundtable: Higher Education After Covid-19 -Summary coming soon

Higher ed has changed almost overnight. Universities and colleges face huge new challenges, but when higher ed gets technologized, there are positives. We can, for example, glimpse a more affordable and accessible future for digitized higher education. What will things look like this fall, and beyond?   More

Healthcare Innovation

In Healthcare, It’s a Virtue to Be Virtual

The United States has some of the world’s best healthcare, but it’s not equally distributed. In fact, it’s designed to be unequally spread. That’s something we need to fix.   More

Media & Marketing Net Giants Tech & Society

Zuckerberg’s Jealousy (re Instagram), Apple’s Insularity, and Praise for Amazon, Google, and Microsoft

The giants of tech have amazingly impressive operations, but there are warts. Two top tech journalists with new books explain Instagram's travails and what every company can take away from the "engineer's mindset" of Silicon Valley.   More

CDX Innovation Leadership

CDX Virtual Summit Underscores Vast Digital Business Transformation post Covid-19

Amidst Covid-19's disruptions, aggressive companies are brewing lemonade, with digital transformations that could have taken years: Lyft, BCG Digital Ventures, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and others.   More

Design Healthcare Innovation

Inspired at CES, Seattle Teenagers Tackle Tech to Diagnose Covid-19

At ages 15 and 16 respectively, Sage Khanuja and Nikolas Ioannou were among five winners of Young Innovators to Watch award at CES in January. Their project, Spria, was a low-cost 3D-printed device that could, when administered with a mobile app survey, detect early signs of COPD. Now, they’re developing a smartphone-based technology to offer clinical-quality testing to assess lung capacity just with a phone alone.   More

Community Insights Tech & Society

The Stunningly Successful Propaganda of “Chinawood”

It feels like we are living inside a movie with an unclear ending. Who will win and how will we know?  Who are the good guys and the bad guys? What should we do? The gigantic issues of tension and conflict are many: Covid-19, communism vs. capitalism, censorship vs. freedom, disinformation vs. truth.  This movie, […]   More

Bio & Life Sciences Science

Antibody Tests Could Release Us from Lockdown (But Don’t Expect Immunity Passports)

Antibody testing for COVID-19 is touted as the path to pulling countries out of lockdown, but results so far have been unreliable. A public health expert explains how we can improve test accuracy, how tests should be used, and whether immunity certificates are in our future.   More