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Jobs Techonomy Events

This Company’s Mission: A (Software) Robot for Every Human

UiPath, one of the fastest-growing startups in history, has developed robotics process automation software to take the rote tasks away from people and give them to software.   More

Innovation Techonomy Events

Legacy Companies Look Outward to Find Innovation

Collaboration and partnership are the watchwords as two century-old companies, Johnson & Johnson and GE, are looking outside their walls to encourage innovation.   More

Government Innovation Techonomy Events

White House Tech Advisor Focuses on Innovation

Michael Kratsios came to Techonomy2018 to show the administration's support for innovation. The audience of tech and business leaders was polite but skeptical.   More

Healthcare Techonomy Events

Daniel Kraft: ‘Sick-Care’ Could Finally Become Healthcare

In a wide-ranging look at how exponential technologies could change the face of healthcare, Daniel Kraft, faculty chair of medicine and neuroscience at Singularity University, told Techonomy 2018 attendees Sunday that personalized medicine is on our doorstep, from wearables to "printed" medications.   More

Security & Privacy Techonomy Events

WWW Inventor Wants to Take Back the Web

Kicking off the Techonomy 2018 conference Sunday in Half Moon Bay, Ca., Tim Berners-Lee shared his plan for how to “reset” the web and help users regain control from the corporate powers that have usurped it.   More

Government Techonomy Events

How Trump’s Top Tech Advisor Aims to Keep the US Innovative

Michael Kratsios is leading President Trump's national tech policy. Techonomy’s Josh Kampel and David Kirkpatrick recently visited Washington to spend time with Kratsios. What are his priorities? How is the Trump administration thinking about tech and innovation?   More

Innovation Opinion Techonomy Events

Chinese Entrepreneurs Discard Silicon Valley’s Model

A unique combination of an enormous market, tenacious entrepreneurs and a gladiatorial environment has seen China catch up with the U.S. at an incredibly rapid and unexpected pace, says Kai-Fu Lee, CEO of Beijing based Sinovation Ventures and founding president of Google China.   More

Partner Insights Q&A Techonomy Events

Resilience is Key to Modern Leadership

Johnson & Johnson’s Human Performance Institute at Lake Nona, Florida runs extensive programs to help leaders learn to be healthier, wiser, more grounded, and more effective. Lowinn Kibbey, global head of HPI, recently sat down with Techonomy’s David Kirkpatrick for a far-ranging talk about leadership in today's chaotic world.   More

From the Magazine Techonomy Events

Is Yeast the Future of Manufacturing?

A sweetener, based on natural sucrose, but that has no calories whatsoever? It's coming, along with portfolio of consumer products produced in the lab through synthetic genomics.   More

From the Magazine Techonomy Events

Andela Brings African Tech Talent to the Rest of the World

Andela offers a window into a promising possible future for work: A distributed workforce that is more diverse and creates economic opportunity where there was little before.   More

Society Techonomy Events

Tomorrow’s Midterms and Next Week’s Techonomy Conference

No matter the outcome of tomorrow’s U.S. midterm elections, political and business leaders must look inside themselves and examine how their every action, and those of their organizations, affects society’s future and the prospects of individuals in it.   More

Business Techonomy Events

We Can’t Waste the Tech Crisis

Has Silicon Valley lost its soul? We partner with the Intelligence Squared Debates to ask the question that sits at the center of the tech crisis. If you can't join us in Half Moon Bay, don't miss the livestream from our home page November 11 @ 8:30 p.m. EST.   More

Techonomy Events

Susan Robinson: Company Culture Drives Performance

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Susan Robinson, Principal, Cultural Change and Inclusiveness, EY.   More

Techonomy Events

Paul Brody: Public, Open Networks Ensure Competition

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Paul Brody, Global Innovation Blockchain Leader, EY.   More

Techonomy Events

Bryan Mason: A Call for a New Model

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Bryan Mason, Chief Operating Officer, VSCO   More

Society Techonomy Events

How to Head Off Tech’s Next Set of Unintended Consequences

As technology races ahead of society’s ability to absorb its impact at work, at home, and in world affairs, unintended consequences are becoming more ubiquitous than e-scooters. Given AI's transformational power and the global stakes, now is the time to assign responsibility for its thoughtful development and deployment.   More

Community Insights From the Magazine Techonomy Events

What’s the Purpose of Purpose?

A clear and compelling purpose can unlock your organization’s ability to sense and respond to emerging challenges and opportunities.   More

Techonomy Events

At Techonomy: Superstars of Automation, Understanding it, and Controlling it

At our conference in November we’ll host the top authors on AI, major AI product creators, and some of the deepest thinkers on how AI and technology ought to be governed. And that 360 appraisal is just part of our program.   More

Community Insights Techonomy Events

Nir Erez: Tech Shouldn’t Be Limited to the Affluent

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Nir Erez, co-founder and CEO at Moovit, a public transit data and analytics company.   More

Business Community Insights Techonomy Events

Catherine Steiner-Adair: Screens Hinder Emotional Intelligence

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Catherine Steiner-Adair, a research associate at Harvard Medical School.   More