17 Conference Report #techonomy17

Techonomy November 5-7, 2017

  • From left: Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, Dave Morgan, Simulmedia, and Joyce Vance of the University of Alabama talk to Chief Techonomist David Kirkpatrick, about the scrutiny facing the global tech giants. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Journalist Amanda Little interviews Campbell Soup Company CEO Denise Morrison about the intersection of food, tech, and nutrition. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • From left: Chief Techonomist David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy President Josh Kampel and Techonomy Co-Founder Simone Ross open the conference. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Dr. Dean Ornish leads a packed breakfast workshop. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Can We Handle the Coming Convergence of Man + Machine? From left: Benjamin H. Bratton, UCSD, Mary Lou Jepsen, Openwater, Tessa Lau, Savioke and Rohit Prasad of Amazon debate. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • John Chambers, Cisco taking a question from PC Magazine’s Michael J. Miller. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Questions being asked at a packed session. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • From left: Byron Auguste, Opportunity@Work, Diana Farrell, JPMorgan Chase Institute, Sasan Goodarzi, Intuit, Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Care.com and Paul Roehrig, Cognizant on The Uncertain, Unstable, Changing Nature of Work. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • A full house for The Blockchain Economy session. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • GE’s Beth Comstock and former Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Techonomy 2017’s evening performer singer/songwriter MAX got the crowd moving! But only MAX can do this. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Techonomy’s Josh Kampel talks to Steve Shannon of Roku and Jeremy Legg of Turner. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • From left: Mark Anderson of Strategic News Service, Peder Jungck of BAE Systems and Rebecca MacKinnon of New America on the penultimate session of the conference. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Work it! The Johnson & Johnson Well-Being Workout. A mere half hour, but it seriously kicked butt. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • From left: Dr. Agnes Binagwaho of University of Global Health Equity, Oliver Hsiang of Johnson & Johnson, Vyomesh Joshi of 3D Systems and Dr. Roy Smythe of Philips. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Carlos Olguin of LogicInk showing off his wearable tats. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • From left: Verizon’s Mark Bartolomeo, Nissan’s Melissa Cefkin, Intel’s Douglas Davis, Trumbull Unmanned’s Dyan Gibbens and Aurora’s Chris Urmson on Autonomous Mobility. Moderated by Backchannel’s Steven Levy. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • One of many big picture sessions. Should Data Ownership be a Civil Right? From left: Katie Benner, New York Times, Sabrina Ross, Uber, Dr. Eric Topol, Scripps Translational Science Institute, Marta Tellado Consumer Reports and Christiane zu Salm of Nicolai Publishing and Intelligence. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Lunch! Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • The Water Will Come author Jeff Goodell talks to Techonomy Co-Founder Simone Ross about rising sea levels and our waterlogged future. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Verizon CEO, Lowell McAdam. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Autodesk CEO, Andrew Anagnost. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • IBM Research Chief, Dr. John Kelly. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

  • Aetna CEO, Mark Bertolini. Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma Photography

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