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Analytics & Data Innovation

Quantum Computing Patents Help Shape the Future

In recent years, patents have given the world such critically important technologies as CRISPR, graphene, 3D printers and GPS systems. But perhaps the most exciting patents are those in quantum computing.   More

Analytics & Data Security & Privacy Tech & Society

Saving our Souls in the Digital Age

As faith moves online, religious belief is ripe for exploitation by the technological gods of the 21st century. Let us pray that law and regulation around the world will be up to the task.   More

Analytics & Data Media & Marketing Net Giants

The Coming “Amazon Age” in Advertising

A quiet giant in digital advertising has been hiding in plain sight. Say hello to Amazon Advertising, the giant well-poised to upend the digital duopoly of Google and Facebook.   More

Analytics & Data Business Community Insights

How Should Businesses Use Data in a “Post-Truth” World?

Why would a CEO reject information that she needs to make critical business decisions? And how do those of us who value data get past such rejection?   More

Analytics & Data Media & Marketing Security & Privacy

How to solve ad tech’s “identity crisis” – before monopolists take control and consumers pay the price

Billions of people rely on digital services and online content to connect them to the rest of the world. Foursquare's Josh Cohen says it's possible to to build a future where consumer privacy is protected, monopolies are avoided, and ad tech companies can access the data they need.   More

Analytics & Data Bio & Life Sciences The Pandemic

Could a Schizophrenia Treatment Conquer COVID-19?

Scientists are analyzing previously approved drugs to see if they have any effect against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. They might be onto something.   More

Analytics & Data Community Insights Security & Privacy

Research Calls Into Question Our Ability to Consent to Data Collection

New research has shown that the general public’s lack of understanding about data and technology runs deeper than what our current privacy laws take into account.   More

Analytics & Data Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare

How Google Thinks About Digital Health

A leader in some of Alphabet’s health-focused initiatives recently offered an update on ways the search and data giant can use information and digital tools to improve outcomes for individuals and society.   More

Analytics & Data Partner Insights

How Companies Deal with the Data Dilemma

Companies that can harness data best for insights will be the ones that win. But doing that is hardly simple. So Techonomy recently brought together a group of senior corporate leaders to discuss managing and finding insights from data.   More

Analytics & Data

Want to Unlock Innovation in Your Business? Start With Data.

It’s easy to accept the popular view that traditional ways of thinking are barriers to innovation. But that’s not necessarily true.   More

Analytics & Data Community Insights Tech & Society

How to Manage — and Remove — Bias in AI

We have a tremendous opportunity to design fairness and transparency into our decision-making systems.   More

Analytics & Data Government Net Giants

To Regulate Facebook and Google, Turn Users Into Customers

The seductive idea that we can enjoy free internet services -- if we just view ads and turn over our data -- has been recognized to be “the original sin” of the Internet. Requiring internet platforms to generate revenue from users could drive better corporate behavior.   More

Analytics & Data Security & Privacy

User Control Could Fix the Privacy Problem

User identity is broken on social networks. Biometric data about people, protected by encryption, could return the balance of power to where it belongs—­with consumers.   More

Analytics & Data Artificial Intelligence Partner Insights

Three Technology Trends Disrupting the B2B Supply Chain

Automation, AI and analytics, blockchain, and omni-channel sales promise to disrupt the supply chain. This piece, prepared by our partner, Celestica, explores the impact.   More

Analytics & Data Artificial Intelligence Business

By Embracing Tech, Small Business Can Act Big

As larger competitors adjust to increasingly more experience-focused consumers, small businesses are not far behind, says Pitney Bowes' Jason Dies. Emerging technologies like the cloud, analytics, virtual assistants, and AI can help close the gap between small businesses and their competitors. (Note: Pitney Bowes is a Techonomy partner.)   More

Analytics & Data Business Community Insights

Get Ready for the Semantic Web

At linked data-driven companies you will find it difficult to distinguish between “traditional” data workers and those in other functional areas who, at other companies, are less reliant on data.   More

Analytics & Data Science Security & Privacy

FDA Opens the Doors for Consumer Genetic Testing, But is the Technology Ready?

Genetic testing is going mainstream, but is the science ready for prime time? The marketing of genetic tests to consumers raises short-term risks and may even threaten the longer-term promise of the technology.   More

Analytics & Data Business Security & Privacy

Lessons from Equifax: Don’t Delegate the Bits and Bytes

Executives must start to hold themselves accountable for the safety and soundness of their software—and that starts with the simple acknowledgement that in many cases, the biggest risk they are managing is their own ignorance.   More

Analytics & Data From the Magazine Jobs Partner Insights

The Bots Aren’t Taking Over

The winning play in a digital economy is not fighting against robots and artificial intelligence, but using our new tools to improve productivity. What we need to do is enhance knowledge work with systems of intelligence. Open your mind to the reality that tech is extending productivity and profitability in ways that even a few years ago would have seemed far-fetched.   More

Analytics & Data Community Insights Society

Procurement That Saves Money, and Even Lives

More companies seek a tighter grip on their supply chains, and not just to better marshal resources and spending. Once you digitize your supply chain you gain visibility into how suppliers manage critical social issues like labor treatment and environmental compliance. And you can drive ethical behavior through the procurement office. That's deeply gratifying to purpose-driven executives.   More