Techonomy Finally Comes to NYC on May 26!
illustration by Clara Kirkpatrick
The future of business and society gets harder and harder to predict as tech transforms everything. Techonomy hosts dialogue, founded in optimism, about what comes next and how we should respond. After Techonomy Detroit, Bio, Policy, and six years of flagship two-day retreats, join leading thinkers at our first day-long hometown conference on Thursday, May 26 at NYU. Our special focus is “Man, Machines, and the Network.” Here in NYC we get insights and see opportunities we might miss in Silicon Valley, or anywhere else. It’s going to rock.
Full list of speakers, including those we couldn’t fit on the graphic:
- Dr. David Agus, author The Lucky Years: How to Thrive in the Brave New World of Health
- Kiva Allgood, VP, Intelligent Solutions, Industrial Internet of Things and Smart Cities, Qualcomm
- João Barros CEO of urban IoT pioneer Veniam
- Carl Bass, President and CEO, Autodesk
- danah boyd, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research, and author, It’s Complicated
- Katrina Craigwell, Global Director, Marketing Innovation, GE Digital
- Jerry Cuomo, IBM Fellow and VP, Blockchain Technologies, IBM
- Carolyn Everson, VP, Global Marketing Solutions, Facebook
- Jessica Federer, Head of Digital Development, Bayer
- Rana Foroohar, Time magazine and author of Makers and Takers
- Tom Glocer, Managing Partner, Angelic Ventures
- Chris Hulls, CEO of family social network Life360
- Sep Kamvar, MIT Media Lab Social Computing Group
- Dave Morgan, CEO of ad-tech phenomenon Simulmedia
- Rene Reinsberg, VP of Emerging Products, GoDaddy
- Jessica Rosenworcel, FCC Commissioner
- Bill Ruh, CEO, GE Digital
- Jon Stein, CEO, Betterment
- Arun Sundararajan, professor, NYU Stern School and author, The Sharing Economy
- Nina Tandon, CEO, EpiBone
- Minerva Tantoco, Chief Technology Officer, New York City
- Gillian Tett, U.S. Managing Editor, The Financial Times
- Matt Winkler, founding editor-in-chief, Bloomberg News
There’s even more to come. Apply for an invitation here.
Can’t Attend? Nominate a friend or colleague.
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