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Techonomy November 17-19

Program Overview

The theme for Techonomy 2019 in Half Moon Bay, California is “Reset and Restore: Governing Tech, Retrieving Ethics, and Acting on Climate.”

To catalyze the debate and stimulate our thinking, we’ll combine some of the world’s most veteran tech experts with business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, and several experts on ethical and responsible technology.

Join us for an immersive conference unlike any other, full of room-wide conversations, intimate networking events, and provocative learning experiences.

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About the Techonomy Experience


Fall 2019 Speakers Include:

Other Speakers Include:

  • Matt Barnard, Co-Founder & CEO, Plenty
  • Brooks Bell, Founder & CEO, Brooks Bell
  • Dror Berman, Managing Partner, Innovation Endeavors
  • Gary Bolles, Chair for the Future of Work, Singularity University
  • Mark Brand, Social Entrepreneur
  • Adam Burden, Senior Managing Partner, Accenture
  • Fadi Chehadé, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Chehadé and Company
  • Dan Chu, Chief Product Officer, Waymo
  • Cameron Clayton, General Manager, IBM Watson & Weather Company
  • Sharawn Connors, VP, Diversity and Inclusion, Micron Technology
  • Dan Costa, Editor-in-Chief, PCMag
  • Nishith Desai, Founder, Nishith Desai Associates
  • Joaquin Duato, Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee, Johnson & Johnson
  • Michael Dunne, CEO, ZoZo Go
  • Sarah Frier, Reporter, Bloomberg
  • Jean-Claude Goldenstein, Founder & CEO, CREOpoint
  • Anneka Gupta, President & Head of Products and Platforms, LiveRamp
  • Jodi Halpern, Co-Founder & Co-Director, Berkeley Group for the Ethics and Regulation of Innovative Technologies
  • Julia Hoffman, Head of Behavioral Health, Livongo
  • whurley, Founder, Strangeworks
  • Frank Jackson, Mayor, City of Cleveland
  • Renee James, CEO, Ampere Computing
  • Soni Jiandani, Co-Founder & Chief Business Officer, Pensando
  • Bhushan Joshi, Head of North American Sustainability, Ericsson
  • Andrew Keen, Author
  • Andrew Kessler, Writer
  • Marta Kosmyna, Silicon Valley Lead, Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
  • Amy Kruse, Chief Scientific Officer, Platypus Institute
  • Jane Long, Associate Director of Energy & Environment (retired), Lawrence Livermore National Lab
  • Thomas Malone, Director, Center for Collective Intelligence, MIT Sloan School
  • Casey Newton, Journalist & Facebook Expert, the Verge
  • Colin Parris, VP, GE Software Research, General Electric
  • Ryan Popple, CEO, Proterra
  • Lakshmi Rengarajan, Former Director of Workplace Connection at WeWork
  • Stratford Sherman, Partner, Accompli
  • Roy Smythe, CEO, SomaLogic
  • Michelle Stansbury, VP, IT Innovation, Houston Methodist Hospital
  • David Tulauskas, Chief Sustainability Officer, Nestlé Waters North America
  • Mark Webster, Director of Product, Adobe
  • Amy Wilkinson, Founder, Ingenuity Group
  • Bärí Williams, Diversity Strategist, Bari A Williams
  • Amy Wu, Founder and Chief Content Director, From Farms to Incubators
  • Jean-Claude Goldenstein, Founder and CEO, myCREOpoint

Key Topics We’ll Explore:

  • Where can innovation have the most impact and how do we insure it benefits society?
  • How should we govern the internet?
  • How must marketing and business adjust to rapid social and economic change?
  • Can we respond to global warming with proper urgency?
  • How do leaders keep companies agile and innovative at a time of headlong change and growing concern?
  • Why are top leaders starting to talk about compassionate leadership?
  • How can we save privacy, combat digital addiction, protect consumer rights, and ensure society is fair?
  • What should we expect from healthcare tech?
  • How should we understand innovation in China and India?
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