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What We’re Reading at Techonomy

There’s such an overabundance of news about the intersection of tech, business, the economy and the environment, that it can be hard to keep up. Here’s a run-down on what we’re reading...   More

Articles We Like Healthcare

Digital Health is Complicated

Haunting stories out of Facebook are contrasted with a pro-mental health initiative by Instagram; Uber and Lyft are planning to save the health care industry billions; and the eradication of polio is in the hands of lab technicians. This week in digital health news.   More

Articles We Like Energy & Green Tech Innovation

The “Green New Deal,” Pineapple Shoes, and Experiments to Dim the Sun

Articles worth reading about environmental technology and science.   More

Articles We Like Innovation

Want a Recipe for Stronger Cement? Just Add Carrots

Editors Choice: The humble carrot could be the key to creating a stronger cement and reducing cement's significant carbon footprint, according to an article in architecture and design magazine Dezeen.   More

Articles We Like Business Managing

Editor’s Choice: Is It Time To Bring Data To Managing?

We Recommend: Getting companies to pay attention to engage in so-called “evidence-based management” is a challenge. This piece from Knowable Magazine takes a deep dive into why.   More

Analytics & Data Articles We Like Government Security & Privacy

“Omigod!”…and other Exclamations Upon Reading WSJ’s Piece on Facial Recognition in China

Do you want your photo flashed on a sign at an intersection? If not, don't jaywalk in China. Leave aside what happens if you're a dissident traveling in a new region. Here's a headline the WSJ used for this must-read article: "The All-Seeing Surveillance State Feared in the West is a Reality in China."   More