Michael Dunne: What Will Happen to Compassion and Love?

By  |  August 28, 2018, 10:43 AM  |  Techonomy Exclusive

In advance of Techonomy 2018, we asked our speakers three crucial questions that frame our upcoming flagship event. Request your invite to join us this November in Half Moon Bay, CA. 

Q: How big of a responsibility does business have to make the world more equitable?

I’m not sure businesses can shape such an outcome. But by investing in people businesses make a direct contribution to creating a more enlightened society, or at least the investment increases the potential for more enlightened behavior. Individuals still need to make it happen.

Q: What emerging technology can have the greatest positive impact on society?

By now many of us have learned that Autonomous cars could save 1 million lives globally a year and prevent tens of millions of injuries. We will be able  say goodbye once  and for all to distracted driving. Text and watch videos to your heart’s desire!

Q: What is the biggest issue that you worry is not getting enough attention?

Looking around, artificial screen realities seem to be trouncing good, old-fashioned human interactions. What will happen over time to compassion and love and nuance — the very essences of being human?

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