The best opportunities will come from creating the greatest impact on the biggest realms of human activity, like healthcare, food, water, energy, and education. How can businesses rise to the occasion and focus on the things that really matter? How can they best partner with governments and NGOs to implement the solutions?
At the Techonomy 2014 conference in Half Moon Bay, Calif., Larry Brilliant of the Skoll Global Threats Fund, Pfizer’s Geno Germano, Leila Janah of the Sama Group, and Ericsson’s Rima Qureshi discuss applying tech tools to global challenges in a session moderated by The Economist’s Matthew Bishop.
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