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Artificial Intelligence Techonomy Events

AI, China, Data, Good Thinking, and our Fall Conference

What is happening with the future of AI, and how will it alter geopolitics? That's the kind of question that motivates our company, and our preparation for our fall conference. China looks strong. Beijing-based computer scientist, investor, and author Kai-Fu Lee will be one of several interpreters.   More

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How A 16-Year-Old Intern Tackled Techonomy’s Instagram

We asked our summer intern to revive Techonomy’s Instagram. Here, she writes about what worked, why, and how she thinks about this all-important platform. She also lists a few other accounts she admires.   More

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Techonomy: What’s in a Name

What does mean to be "techonomic"? The way we use that word is not to refer just to hardcore technology. Rather, it hangs on how tech transforms everything. It's very much also about how businesses are deepening their conscious engagement with the wider world, with tech as a critical tool.   More

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Four Techonomists You’ll Meet at our November Conference

What will our November flagship event be like? Here are four innovative thinkers who will speak at our conference in Half Moon Bay, California- a Wall Street giant, a pioneering journalist, a robotics legend, and the leading expert on Chinese autos. Imagine all of them talking together and the insights that might lead to. Now you're imagining Techonomy 2018   More

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Autodesk CEO: Automation is Inevitable, Necessary, and Positive

Speaking to a group of technologists, investors, journalists, and entrepreneurs convened by Techonomy, Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost made the case that software and automation are creating more possibilities for society than they are taking away — that without it, the need for more buildings, roads, and other material things cannot be met.   More

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Insights at Techonomy NYC Set Stage for Half Moon Bay

Technology is neither good nor bad. Which is up to us. That's just one of the energizing insights shared at Techonomy NYC. See the six top takeaways.   More

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Understand Tech, Understand the World: Techonomy 2018

Understanding how tech alters the world is like trying to understand the world itself. Tech's impacts on society are immense and interrelated. People come to Techonomy to explore all that for themselves and their organizations.   More

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Jeff Sachs Says Companies Won’t Remake the World. These Companies Beg to Differ.

Speaking at Techonomy NYC, economist Jeffrey Sachs painted a bleak picture of the world's biggest problems. Yet an array of innovators in business spoke about how they are rising to the challenge.   More

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US-China Trade Talk Casts Pall Over Tech Industry

The rising competition between the United States and China could spur technological innovations, improved trade policies, and market reforms. But it also risks devolving into retaliatory spats that diminish cooperation and stall technological progress.   More

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Watch Key Sessions From Techonomy NYC

Speakers and attendees of Techonomy NYC grappled with the impact of technology on business and society, both for good and for bad. See videos of the key sessions.   More

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Techonomy NYC: Automated Workplace Brings Promise and Peril

The future of work is being remade by artificial intelligence and automation. The pros and cons were a subject of debate at Techonomy NYC last week.   More

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Facebook Co-Founder: ‘Self-Regulation Alone is Concerning’

Facebook took its lumps at Techonomy NYC, most notably from its own co-founder, Chris Hughes.   More

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Techonomy NYC: With Precision Medicine, Every Disease will be a ‘Rare Disease’

There are an estimated 7,000 rare diseases known today, collectively affecting some 350 million people around the world. Big data, AI, and smart records bring hope.   More

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Techonomy NYC: Hacking Nature for Sustainable Development

Two speakers at Techonomy NYC look to nature for answers to separate sustainability questions.   More

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Jeffrey Sachs Sounds the Alarm at Techonomy NYC

Jeffrey Sachs kicked off day two of Techonomy NYC with a sobering assessment of the state of the world, and a call for action.   More

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Food & Tech on the Menu at Techonomy NYC’s Final Session Tuesday

New technologies will mean “new ingredients, more efficient farms, and better delivery of food,” an analyst told the Techonomy NYC audience in a presentation on the future of food. Her talk was followed by a conversation with Chef Eric Ripert.   More

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Microsoft’s Smith: ‘It All Comes Down to How You Conduct Your Business’

Microsoft President Brad Smith has become a voice for responsible business and Microsoft has come a long way from its reputation in the ‘90s as the bully of the tech industry. He challenged the industry to act more responsibly at Techonomy NYC.   More

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EDF to Launch Satellite to Track Methane

Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, told the audience at Techonomy NYC that EDF is launching a purpose-built satellite to locate and measure methane emissions from human-made sources worldwide. "This is our chance to create change, right now," he said.   More

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Martin Sorrell on Trump, Legacy Advertising, and Not Being Forced into Retirement

Speaking at Techonomy NYC, Martin Sorrell said he would "start over" after his departure from WPP. The news came at the end of a far-ranging discussion.   More

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Today’s Leaders Need a Sense of Personal Purpose

Speaking the night before the kickoff of Techonomy NYC this week, J&J's Lowinn Kibbey reflected on how a personal sense of purpose can help leaders navigate the increasingly complex and demanding business environment.   More