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19 Conference Report #Techonomy19

Techonomy November 17-19

Subject to Change

    • 8:00 am

      Morning Activities

      Golf, Coastal Walk or Bide Ride, Surfing. (Advance signup required.)
    • 2:00 pm

      Welcome to Techonomy 2019

      Josh Kampel, Techonomy
      David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • The Internet, Global Tech Platforms, and Our Precarious Moment

      We’re in a dangerous interrelated global cycle of tech dysfunction, social discord, political polarization, policy failure, and climate catastrophe. Can the world get a grip on tech? How do we reset and restore?

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      We’re in a dangerous interrelated global cycle of tech dysfunction, social discord, political polarization, policy failure, and climate catastrophe. Can the world get a grip on tech? How do we reset and restore? Andrew Keen, Andrew Keen Productions Inc
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Starting Up to Challenge Amazon

      John Chambers now puts his energy into startups, including Pensando, formed by four or his former Cisco colleagues. Pensando aims to enable enterprise to re-think Cloud Computing. How will Pensando differentiate itself against Amazon, what will it mean for enterprise workflow and ultimately, innovation?

      Video & Transcript

      John Chambers now puts his energy into startups, including Pensando, formed by four or his former Cisco colleagues. Pensando aims to enable enterprise to re-think Cloud Computing. How will Pensando differentiate itself against Amazon, what will it mean for enterprise workflow and ultimately, innovation? John Chambers, JC2 Ventures
      Soni Jiandani, Pensando
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • How Leaders Create the Future

      Wilkinson interviewed 200 of the world’s top digital and business changemakers to figure out what works.

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      Wilkinson interviewed 200 of the world’s top digital and business change-makers to figure out what works. She’ll talk with practitioner Michelle Zatlyn about what that means in practice. Amy Wilkinson, Ingenuity
    • The Way to Wellville: A Path Towards Healthy Americans

      Esther Dyson has made a huge personal and financial commitment to a 10-year nonprofit project to help five small American communities become healthy places by moving from short-term, self-interested thinking to long-term, collective-benefit investment in human capital.

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      Esther Dyson has made a huge personal and financial commitment to a 10-year nonprofit project to help five small American communities become healthy places by moving from short-term, self-interested thinking to long-term, collective-benefit investment in human capital. Esther Dyson, Way to Wellville
    • Superminds: The Power of Collaboration

      The Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT is the world’s premiere institute promoting collaboration as a set of tools for progress. What could we all be doing differently, together?

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      The Center for Collective Intelligence at MIT is the world’s premiere institute promoting collaboration as a set of tools for progress. What could we all be doing differently, together? Thomas Malone, MIT Sloan School
      Interviewer: Gary A. Bolles, Singularity University
    • What One American City Has Learned about Tech

      Cleveland is in the midst of an unexpected renaissance under Jackson. Business and tech are finding new pathways to civic renovation.

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      Cleveland is in the midst of an unexpected renaissance under Mayor Frank Jackson. Business and tech are finding new pathways to civic renovation. He’ll talk about how business and tech are finding new pathways to civic renovation. Mayor Frank G. Jackson, City of Cleveland
      Interviewer: Josh Kampel, Techonomy
    • Can We Create a Civilized, Ethical Internet?

      Longtime entrepreneur Chehade took over ICANN at a key moment and became a diplomat, extracting it from the U.S. Commerce Department. But what he learned has his hair on edge as the net continues to morph.

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      Longtime entrepreneur Fadi Chehade took over ICANN at a key moment and became a diplomat, extracting it from the U.S. Commerce Department. But what he learned has his hair on fire as the net continues to morph. Fadi Chehadé, Chehade
      Jodi Halpern, University of California, Berkeley
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Quantum Computing for Everyone

      Whurley is its great popularizer – he thinks of it as “this generation’s space race” and will tell us why he’s on a mission to humanize Quantum computing.

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      What does quantum computing mean to you? Whurley is its great popularizer - he thinks of it as “this generation’s space race” and will tell us why he’s on a mission to humanize quantum computing. William Hurley (whurley), Strangeworks
      Interviewer: Dan Costa, PCMag
    • Stop Trashing Plastic: One Company’s Journey to Help Create a Circular Economy

      Over the past several decades, plastic packaging has become ubiquitous, but we’ve reached an inflection point with how we manage it’s end of life. It’s estimated that there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. We’ll talk with David Tulauskas, Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters North America about how the company is taking on the issue of plastic waste head-on.

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      Over the past several decades, plastic packaging has become ubiquitous, but we’ve reached an inflection point with how we manage it’s end of life. It’s estimated that there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050. We’ll talk with David Tulauskas, Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters North America about how the company is taking on the issue of plastic waste head-on. David Tulauskas, Nestlé Waters North America
      Interviewer: Steven Gray, Techonomy
    • The Power of Workplace Connection

      What makes doing business different now? If collaboration is key, how do companies encourage it internally? What did Lakshmi Rengarajan learn as WeWork’s first Director of Workplace Connection? What has worked in a fast-growing business like 1-800-FLOWERS?

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      What makes doing business different now? If collaboration is key, how do companies encourage it internally? What has worked in a fast-growing business like 1-800-FLOWERS? A veteran entrepreneur in dialog with someone who has created a new specialty--workplace connection. Jim McCann, 1-800-FLOWERS.COM
      Lakshmi Rengarajan, WeWork
    • Food and Community: How to Eat Now

      Mark Brand went from the street to the kitchen, and brought streetsmarts with him, along with many people who’d otherwise have nowhere to go. He’ll tell us about his efforts and preview what he’ll cook for us on Monday evening before the performance.

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      Mark Brand went from the street to the kitchen, and brought street-smarts with him, along with many people who’d otherwise have nowhere to go. He’ll tell us about his efforts and preview what he’ll cook for us Monday evening at Mountain Terrace.. Mark Brand, Mark Brand Inc.
    • How Tech Enables Climate Action and Sustainable Development

      Nothing is more important than applying tech to the world’s biggest problems. 5G wireless technology in particular should enable dramatic improvements in how we can address climate change.

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      Nothing is more important than applying tech to the world's biggest problems. 5G wireless technology in particular should enable dramatic improvements in how we can address climate change. Bhushan Joshi, Ericsson
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Investing and Entrepreneurship for a Warming Planet

      How does our global crisis change how we all must think about our work? What kinds of investments make sense if our goal is to arrest a rapidly warming globe? Investor Preston, a partner with Al Gore, talks with the CEO of an autonomous bus company from her portfolio.

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      How does our global crisis change how we all must think about our work? What kinds of investments make sense if our goal is to arrest a rapidly warming globe? Investor Preston, a partner with Al Gore, talks with the CEO of an autonomous bus company from her portfolio. Ryan Popple, Proterra Inc.
      Lila Preston, Generation Investment Management
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Climate Crisis, Political Crisis, Tech Crisis: What Ties it All Together

      Probably no single social development has been as striking as the global rise of alarm among the young about climate catastrophe. How do we respond?

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      The sudden global rise of alarm about climate catastrophe among youth has been bracing and challenging. What can we do to take action? David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
      Stratford Sherman, Accompli
    • 6:30 pm

      Reception

    • 7:30 pm

      Hosted Dinner Party: Superminds for Climate Change

    • Hosted Dinner Party: Life at Work - Culture, Balance, and Humanity

    • Hosted Dinner Party: Geek Dinner - Cutting Edge Tech (AI, Quantum, etc.)

    • Hosted Dinner Party: Super Human - Health & Wellness

    • 6:15 am

      Sunrise Yoga

    • 7:00 am

      Breakfast Open

    • 7:15

      ConnectHER Breakfast: A Women's Roundtable

    • Breakfast Session: Communicating in Times of Crisis

      Facilitator: Andrew Whitehouse, Copperfield Advisory
    • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

      Morning Sessions

    • What Marketers Need to Understand About the World

      Global big picture R us. It’s what has given Sorrell an edge for decades. Now he’s starting his own new ad and marketing network with fundamentally new premises.

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      Global big pictures R us. It has given Sorrell an edge for decades. Now he’s starting a new ad and marketing network with fundamentally new premises. Sir Martin Sorrell, S4 Capital
      Interviewers:
      Drew Ianni, CDX
      David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Security in a Connected World and Operating Everywhere: An Industry Veteran's Perspective

      Chen has long been a top business expert on China even as he’s remade Blackberry and, earlier, Sybase. Now security software is a top priority.

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      Chen has long led businesses in China and worldwide even as he’s remade Blackberry and, earlier, Sybase. Blackberry, no longer a phone company, is now deploying security and other software many places as the internet of things explodes (like our automobiles). John S. Chen, BlackBerry
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • The Business of Compassionate Leadership

      With 645 million users in every country, LinkedIn is interstitial tissue of global business. It has also avoided accusations of bias, social distortion, and other depredations. Could Weiner’s deep belief in compassionate leadership as a value be a reason?

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      With 645 million users globally, LinkedIn is the interstitial tissue of global business. It has also avoided accusations of bias, social distortion, and other depredations. Could Weiner’s deep belief in compassionate leadership as a value be a reason? Jeff Weiner, LinkedIn Corporation
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Building a New Consumer Internet

      Few have had a larger role creating today’s consumer internet. Now with her own incubator Mayer is rethinking email, calendars, and more.

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      Few have had a larger role creating today’s consumer internet. With her incubator Lumi Labs, Mayer is rethinking email, calendars, and more products designed for the consumer. Marissa Mayer, Lumi Labs & Yahoo
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Why AI Has to be Humble

      As autonomous systems, AI, and the Internet of Things surround us, GE Research works to insure that its design is grounded in fundamental human values, like trust.

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      As autonomous systems, AI, and the internet of things surround us, GE Research works to insure its design is grounded in fundamental human values like trust. Colin Parris, GE
    • What’s the Future: New Ways to Govern Tech

      He is the ultimate insider, but he is not content with Silicon Valley as it is. He sees the potential for tech to remake the world, if we remake tech.

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      Tim O’Reilly is the ultimate insider, but is not content with Silicon Valley as it is. He sees the potential for tech to remake the world, if we remake tech. Tim O'Reilly, O'Reilly Media, Inc.
      Interviewer: Sarah Frier, Bloomberg
    • Building Peace and Keeping People in Charge

      How can people retain meaningful control over the use of force in an increasingly autonomous age? Kosmyna’s job is convincing tech companies in Silicon Valley to care.

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      How can people retain meaningful control over the use of force in an autonomous age? Marta Kosmyna’s job is convincing tech companies in Silicon Valley to care. Marta Kosmyna, Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
      Facilitator: Dan Costa, PCMag
    • Driving Into the Future

      Waymo’s chief product officer on how autonomous vehicles will change cities and our lives, and what that could mean for the environment.

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      Waymo’s chief product officer on how autonomous vehicles will change cities and our lives, and what that could mean for the environment. Dan Chu, Waymo
      Interviewer: Dan Costa, PCMag
    • "Alexa- How Will Voice Tech Change Society in its Next Phase?"

      A short talk about why and how we should be thinking about voice technology.

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      A short talk about why and how we should be thinking about voice technology. Mark Webster, Adobe
    • What Business Needs to Learn from Psychology

      After a career in the hospitality industry, most recently at Airbnb, Conley now operates an academy for mid-life wisdom. What has he learned that we should learn?

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      After a career in the hospitality industry, most recently at Airbnb, Chip Conley now runs an academy for mid-life wisdom. What do we all need to learn? Chip Conley, Modern Elder
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • 12:30 pm

      Lunch Break

    • 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

      Afternoon Sessions

    • How Advanced Tech Can Help the World Prepare and Respond to Extreme Weather

      Extreme weather is becoming more intense and dangerous. Now more than ever we must ensure that timely, reliable weather data is available around the world. Technology offers new opportunities to help people and businesses access this data to better prepare for and respond. Meanwhile, improvements in how we manage agriculture can lead to more sustainable food production.

      Video & Transcript

      Extreme weather is becoming more intense and dangerous. Now more than ever we must ensure that timely, reliable weather data is available around the world. Technology offers new opportunities to help people and businesses access this data to better prepare for and respond. Meanwhile, improvements in how we manage agriculture can lead to more sustainable food production. Cameron Clayton, IBM
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • How Women Entrepreneurs are Changing Agriculture

      Wu spent years studying women agricultural entrepreneurs. Reforming agriculture may be our biggest opportunity and challenge at a time of global warming.

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      Wu spent years studying women agricultural entrepreneurs. Reforming agriculture may be our biggest opportunity and challenge at a time of global warming. Amy Wu, Farms to Incubators
    • Stopping Food Waste and Transforming Communities

      Entrepreneur Crowe has built a rapidly-growing national network that saves leftover food and gets it to those in need.

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      Entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe built a rapidly-growing national network to save leftover food and get it to those in need. Jasmine Crowe, Goodr
      Interviewer: Steven Gray, Techonomy
    • Turning Tech Towards Humanity

      The IEEE, where Karachalios oversees the standards group, is deeply engaged in trying to understand what went wrong with tech and how to make it right. The engineers of the world are the ones who can make that happen.

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      Konstantinos Karachalios oversees the standards group at IEEE, which is deeply engaged in what went wrong with tech and making it right. The engineers of the world can make that happen. Konstantinos Karachalios, IEEE
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Fighting Back Against Persuasive Tech

      The ad-driven systems of the internet giants are contributing to social decay, Tristan Harris believes. His work at the Center for Humane Technology aims to enlist the people who develop our products into an army for human values.

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      The ad-driven systems of the internet giants are contributing to social decay, Tristan Harris believes. His work at the Center for Humane Technology aims to enlist the people who develop our products into an army for human values. Tristan Harris, Center for Humane Technology
      Interviewer: Casey Newton, The Verge
    • Diversity & Inclusion: A Strategic Advantage

      Sharawn Connors, VP of Diversity and Inclusion at Micron, discusses pushing for progress in the workplace, her approach to building an inclusive culture, and why D&I is a core strategic advantage. In conversation with attorney and diversity strategist Bari Williams.

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      Sharawn Connors, VP of Diversity and Inclusion at Micron, discusses pushing for progress in the workplace, her approach to building an inclusive culture, and why D&I is a core strategic advantage. In conversation with attorney and diversity strategist Bari Williams. Sharawn Connors, Micron
      Interviewer: Bärí Williams, Bärí A Williams
    • New Chips to Power the Cloud

      Renee James was president of Intel, but now is up against it, in an ambitious new semiconductor startup. What matters is the cloud, and Ampere builds chips to run it.

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      Renee James was president of Intel, but now is up against it, in an ambitious new semiconductor startup. What matters is the cloud, and Ampere builds chips to run it. Renee James, Ampere Computing
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Privacy, Data, and the Future of Targeted Marketing

      How can personal data power the internet without it undermining our privacy and causing people to lose control? Anneka and her team work to set up laws and best practices to protect consumers, and now, are also focused on political campaigns.

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      How can personal data power the internet without it undermining our privacy and causing people to lose control? Anneka and her team work to set up laws and best practices to protect consumers, and now, are also focused on political campaigns. Anneka Gupta, LiveRamp
      Interviewer: Dan Costa, PCMag
    • How Do We Know Our Technology is Safe?

      Craigslist founder Craig Newmark has funded a large new effort at CR to assess and monitor the tools of digital life, just as in the past for cars and washing machines. The goal: shift power back to the hands of consumers.

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      Craigslist founder Craig Newmark has funded a large new effort at CR to assess and monitor the tools of digital life, just as in the past for cars and washing machines. The goal: shift power back to the hands of consumers. Craig Newmark, craigslist
      Marta Tellado, Consumer Reports
      Interviewer: Sarah Frier, Bloomberg
    • How a Collabortive Nonprofit Became One of the Web’s Largest Site

      Longtime human rights activist Katherine Maher runs the largest website that’s not a company. It got that way through uniquely leveraging community collaboration, at global scale. What can companies learn from Wikipedia?

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      Longtime human rights activist Katherine Maher runs the largest website that’s not a company. It got that way through uniquely leveraging community collaboration, at global scale. What can companies learn from Wikipedia? Katherine Maher, Wikimedia Foundation
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Why China Builds the Cars of the Future

      Few know the Chinese auto industry like Dunne. At this time of great uncertainty, how will competition on technologized vehicles evolve? Will China dominate autonomy and electrics? How soon will cars drive themselves?

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      Few know the Chinese auto industry like Dunne. At this time of great uncertainty, how will competition on technologized vehicles evolve? Will China dominate autonomy and electrics? How soon will cars drive themselves? Michael Dunne, ZoZo Go
    • What Silicon Valley Means to Diplomats

      The digital sphere may be dominated by large companies, but we must safeguard democratic values and social institutions, says Denmark’s formal ambassador to Silicon Valley. His works to help industry and governments work together.

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      The digital sphere may be dominated by large companies, but we must safeguard democratic values and social institutions, says Denmark’s formal ambassador to Silicon Valley. He works to help industry and governments work together. Casper Klynge, Danish Consulate
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • 5:45 pm - 8:15 pm

      Dinner among the redwoods at Mountain Terrace

    • 8:30 pm

      Skylar Grey - Live Performance

    • 6:15 am

      Sunrise Yoga

    • 7:00 am

      Breakfast Open

    • 7:15

      Breakfast Session: What Have We Learned about the Internet, Big Tech, and New Paradigms for Governance?

      Facilitators:
      Jean-Claude Goldenstein, CREOpoint
      David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Breakfast Session: Accelerating Corporate Digital Transformation

      Facilitators:
      Bastiaan De Goei, AXA
      Drew Ianni, CDX
      John Suh, Hyundai Motor Company
    • 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

      Morning Sessions

    • Why India Is Becoming a Tech Powerhouse

      Desai started India’s largest tech-oriented law firm. What’s the view from South Asia? Will the balance swing from China? How big is India’s promise?

      Video & Transcript

      Desai started India’s largest tech-oriented law firm. What’s the view from South Asia? Will the balance swing from China? How big is India’s promise? Nishith Desai, Nishith Desai Associates
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Betting on Super Evolution

      Innovation Endeavors is a VC firm that funds companies that seek solutions to social problems, even global ones. One theme: super evolution–the idea that startups can now harness rapid prototyping and vast pools of data to develop radical new business models quickly and at scale.

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      Innovation Endeavors is a VC firm that funds companies that seek solutions to social problems, even global ones. One theme: super evolution--the idea that startups can now harness rapid prototyping and vast pools of data to develop radical new business models quickly and at scale. Matt Barnard, Plenty
      Dror Berman, Innovation Endeavors
      Interviewer: Drew Ianni, CDX
    • Will Regulation Kill the Internet?

      Human progress doesn’t improve because someone passes a law, Kessler believes. Siilcon Valley drives progress better without government agency interference. In contrast to some other speakers, he says we shouldn’t apply antitrust law to tech companies.

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      Human progress doesn't improve because someone passes a law, Kessler believes. Siilcon Valley drives progress better without government agency interference. In contrast to some other speakers, he says we shouldn't apply antitrust law to tech companies. Andrew Kessler, Wall Street Journal & Velocity Capital Management
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Cracking the Code on Tech Adoption

      A small minority of companies have cracked the code on tech adoption, according to new Accenture research. Learn what’s enabling these leaders to grow revenue at double the rate of tech laggards and why they are poised to extend their advantage over the next five years.

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      A small minority of companies have cracked the code on tech adoption, according to new Accenture research. Learn what’s enabling these leaders to grow revenue at double the rate of tech laggards and why they are poised to extend their advantage over the next five years. Adam Burden, Accenture
    • Will Geo-Engineering Become Necessary?

      With the earth warming and California burning, it’s hard to know what measures will really work in order to stay within the Paris Accords guidelines for only a 1.5 degree increase in global temperatures. Some believe that we’ll have no choice but to consciously manipulate the climate. Long is an expert.

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      With the earth warming and California burning, it's hard to know what measures will really work in order to stay within the Paris Accords guidelines for only a 1.5 degree increase in global temperatures. Some believe that we'll have no choice but to consciously manipulate the climate. Long is an expert. Jane Long, Lawrence Livermore National Lab (retired)
    • Proteomics: Health Data Beyond Genomics

      An entirely new science of human health is emerging, after decades of painstaking development. SomaLogic, where Smythe is CEO, can figure out amazing things about you and your health.

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      An entirely new science of human health is emerging, after decades of painstaking development. SomaLogic, where Smythe is CEO, can figure out amazing things about you and your health. Roy Smythe, SomaLogic Inc
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • Colon Cancer: Stop the Killing

      Last year long time Techonomist Brooks Bell was diagnosed and successfully treated for colon cancer. But the entrepreneur was shocked a disease that often strikes younger people is treated as a disease of the old. Now she campaigns for a new approach to examination and treatment.

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      Last year long time Techonomist Brooks Bell was diagnosed and successfully treated for colon cancer. But the entrepreneur was shocked a disease that often strikes younger people is treated as a disease of the old. Now she campaigns for a new approach to examination and treatment. Brooks Bell, Brooks Bell, Inc.
    • How Innovation Will Change Healthcare

      New technologies are emerging that can help address everything from opiate addiction to in home elder care (robots are promising there). How will this suite of new tools change hospitals and the health care system? Where should we expect the fastest change?

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      New technologies are emerging that can help address everything from opiate addiction to in home elder care (robots are promising there). How will this suite of new tools change hospitals and the health care system? Where should we expect the fastest change? Julia Hoffman, Livongo Health
      Michelle Stansbury, Houston Methodist
      Moderator: Aaron Strout, W2O Group
    • Innovating at Health's Largest Company

      J&J’s scale is astonishing, as are its ambitions to alter the landscape of global healthcare. How does it change a company to focus on truly global social goals?

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      J&J’s scale is astonishing, as are its ambitions to alter the landscape of global healthcare. How does it change a company to focus on truly global social goals? Joaquin Duato, Johnson & Johnson
      Interviewer: Josh Kampel, Techonomy
    • Neurotechnology and Human 2.0

      We can augment the human brain and gain competitive advantage, based on what we know now. What will that mean, and when can we all get the upgrade? How does it play out in an unequal world?

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      We can augment the human brain and gain competitive advantage, based on what we know now. What will that mean, and when can we all get the upgrade? How does it play out in an unequal world? Amy Kruse, PlatypusNeuro
      Interviewer: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • A Political Veteran Investing for Social Progress

      David Plouffe ran President Barack Obama’s first election campaign, and later served as his senior advisor. He’ll help us understand the new presidential campaign and the impact of the impeachment hearings underway. He headed up policy and programs for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Where is this hugely ambitious effort headed?

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      David Plouffe ran President Barack Obama’s first election campaign, and later served as his senior advisor. He’ll help us understand the new presidential campaign and the impact of the impeachment hearings underway. He headed up policy and programs for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Where is this hugely ambitious effort headed? David Plouffe
    • 12:30 pm

      Conference Closing