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If Innovation Slows, The World Goes

Innovation Must Save the World. That is a key theme we think about constantly as we cap off Techonomy’s year of semi-post-pandemic re-immersion. Climate, innovation, development and equality all must be thought of in parallel.

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Algorithm

AI-generated art from emerging products like Dall-e and Midjourney begs the question of what is creativity, what is art, who makes it, and who owns it.

Who’s Curating the Show?

The art market highlights the problems with a decentralized world. It may ultimately mean that there is no one entity that dominates the scene, but principles of trust and community will result in awesome art...

Biden Admin Expands Access to the Latest Scientific Findings

For the first time, the White House tells scientific publishers to take down the paywalls around federally funded research.

Climate Change Requires System Solutions

Recycling plastic water bottles won’t save us, “system thinking” will according to the Carbon Almanac’s Seth Godin.

The Sustainable Consumer’s Guide to Smart Devices

Little devices can make a big difference in reducing your carbon footprint. Here’s a quick overview.

Can Twitter be “Nice”?

When we're all overwhelmed by awful headlines, does Twitter, started in 2006, still matter? Can social media be used for good? Maybe it can.

Apple Store, Microsoft Store, Crypto Store?

Solana Spaces was conceived to help demystify crypto and create a sort of ever-changing hangout for fans who are expected to keep exploring the store's latest additions. 

Nonprofits Need Open Source Software

Software really matters. What exactly an organization uses can be critical in meeting mission goals. The wrong choice can impede the work of a team and their programs.

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