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Building Health+Wealth in America

Now is the time to take an urgent and holistic look at where the country is headed. We think of both “health” and “wealth” in a broad sense­–what will make the nation and its people healthier, and: what should we mean by “wealth” in an age cursed by deep inequality?   More

Sustainable Development Goals Techonomy Events

What A 16-Year-Old Took Away From Techonomy Virtual: Reset + Restore

For this teen, Techonomy Virtual made the tech world more tangible and concrete and demonstrated how imperative technology is, and is going to be, for solving world issues efficiently in the future.   More

Media & Marketing Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Techonomy Virtual Day Five: Understanding the TikTok Dance

On thefinal day of our virtual Reset + Restore conference, we explored marketing to generation TikTok, Mastercard secures data, and the Covid-driven telehealth boom.   More

Sustainable Development Goals Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Techonomy Virtual Day Four: Making the SDGs Sexy

Day four of the weeklong Techonomy Virtual: Reset + Restore was all about the connection between tech and the improving society, especially achieving the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030.   More

Healthcare Innovation Leadership Techonomy Events

Techonomy Virtual Day Three: Innovation in Uncertain, Even Scary Times

Topics included marketing amidst Covid, innovations in health care right now, and why 5G wireless will be revolutionary.   More

Global Tech Policy Techonomy Events

Techonomy Virtual Day Two: Tech Intersects With Politics

The heart of Tuesday’s program was the intersection of politics and technology. The stellar lineup included a discussion about our current global mess between Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group, and controversial commentator Andrew Keen; a deep dive into the destructive nature of internet giants with Harvard Kennedy School’s Dipayan Ghosh; a stirring conversation with Silicon Harlem CEO and co-founder Clayton Banks about the struggle for Black tech in New York; and finally, an interview with Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff.   More

Sustainable Development Goals Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Techonomy Virtual Day One: How Tech Is Making the World More Ethical

The first day of Techonomy Virtual explored how tech can help address the climate crisis, how IBM thinks about ethics, AI as a tool for equality, and more.   More

Net Giants Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Author Levy: Facebook is “Ripe for Exploitation”

Steven Levy, longtime author and editor at large for Wired, told a Techonomy online audience in early April “I’m not one to write a polemic.” But as he let the facts speak for themselves, they often turn out to be damning, in his recent and lauded Facebook: The Inside Story.   More

Techonomy Events

Cheers to Our Inaugural Virtual Happy Hour!

As the virus changed everybody's world, we convened our first Techonomy & CDX Virtual Happy Hour. We were delighted to see so many smiling faces from our community. As we plan more online events, tell us here what you are interested in.   More

Techonomy Events

Techonomy 2019 – Can We Find a Way Not to Worry?

Here are some of the key takeaways and things we learned from our recent treat in Half Moon Bay, Calif.   More

Techonomy Events

Welcome to Techonomy 2019

Techonomy's founder and editor-in-chief outlines what to expect in the days ahead as diverse leaders from business, tech, government, politics and philanthropy discuss some of the biggest issues of our time.   More

Energy & Green Tech Sustainable Development Goals Techonomy Events

Carbon Neutral Isn’t Enough

Reducing emissions of global warming gasses is critical. We also need to build a world economy that’s carbon negative. And there are many ways to suck up CO2. An article produced in tandem with Techonomy 2019.   More

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What Are the Real Issues We Must Urgently Address?

To get the world off an increasingly worrisome and self-reinforcing cycle of tech dysfunction, political paralysis, and failed action on climate, we all must get involved. Techonomy is committed, and we tackle all these issues at our conference next week.   More

Tech & Society Techonomy Events

The Many Facets of Techonomy 2019

Techonomy 2019 conference is next week. We'll range from how to remedy tech's harms to new architectures to computing to startups finding new ways to create food. Today's tech landscape is so intertwined that we believe it helps to think about all those things together.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Why I Keep Coming Back to Techonomy’s Conferences

A tech executive explains how being at the right conference--at the right time--can be the route to building powerful relationships.   More

Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Can Tech Make Us Happier IRL?

He founded Meetup to help people connect offline. Now he wants tech to find new ways to bring people together.   More

Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Techonomy NYC: Down on Tech, but Upbeat About a Humanized Future

The big takeaway from this year's New York conference: Our approach to creating technology must change. It has to become more intentional, human-centered, and explicitly responsible.   More

Techonomy Events

Video: The Techonomy Experience

Techonomy events are unlike any others. Check out this video of highlights from our flagship conference, including insights from John Chambers, Sir Tim Berners Lee, Emily Chang, and many more.   More

Techonomy Events

Will Tech Unite or Divide? How Our NY Program Chose Us

When we prepped for our NY conference May 14-15, almost every speaker brought up something about being worried about tech. Nobody knows if we're headed towards enlightenment or dystopia. But it's become a main conference theme.   More

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Presidential Candidates, an NFL Player, and Some Unexpected Conversations

Two presidential candidates, an NFL wide receiver, and the CEO of a Google incubator all walk into...wait for it...Techonomy NYC.   More