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Business Community Insights

To Advance Humanity, We Must Retool Tech

A Duke University business professor explains how – and why—it’s time to reform tech.   More

From the Magazine Tech & Society

Are You Related to a Killer? Police Want to Know.

Tech innovations are empowering consumers—and law enforcement. But civil liberties leaders are concerned.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Partner Insights

Why a Memory Chipmaker Cares About Health AI

New techniques for information storage and retrieval will be essential for enabling the next wave of healthcare innovation.   More

Community Insights From the Magazine Tech & Society

Tech Workers are Rising Up. The Industry Must Change.

The tech industry faces growing pressure to prioritize people over profits. Much of the scrutiny comes from the emerging tech worker movement.   More

5G Global Tech

The Wrong Way to Push Back on Chinese Tech

The escalating tech war between the U.S. and China will hurt more than Huawei. It could do major economic damage to the world.   More

Innovation

Why Wall Street Undervalues Tesla

Tesla is much more than a car company—it’s a tech company. So why does Wall Street keep failing to correctly value the innovation that Tesla represents?   More

Net Giants The Internet

Don’t Break Up Big Tech. Reduce Founder Control Instead.

If you want to hold big tech companies accountable, get rid of the corporate structure that overly empowers founder-led management teams: dual-class shares.   More

From the Magazine Innovation

This Innovation Turns Air into Water—and May Help Solve a Crisis

In many of the world’s parched coastal regions, animals and plants have learned how to capture water naturally found in air. This product aims to replicate that process.   More

Community Insights

Business Growth is Actually Good for People. Here’s Why.

This entrepreneur disagrees with anti-growth comments "Team Human" author Douglas Rushkoff made at our NY conference. Here, Reisman argues that we cannot and should not stop growing.   More

Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Can Tech Make Us Happier IRL?

He founded Meetup to help people connect offline. Now he wants tech to find new ways to bring people together.   More

Tech & Society Techonomy Events

Techonomy NYC: Down on Tech, but Upbeat About a Humanized Future

The big takeaway from this year's New York conference: Our approach to creating technology must change. It has to become more intentional, human-centered, and explicitly responsible.   More

From the Magazine Sustainable Development Goals

Why We’re Obsessed with the Sustainable Development Goals

Technology -- and collaboration -- can help us achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.   More

Sustainable Development Goals

Where Happiness Rules—and Doesn’t

Talk about happiness may feel lofty. But prioritizing happiness is a growing global concern--and part of the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals.   More

Policy

Here’s What Two Presidential Candidates Said at Techonomy NYC

The presidential candidates shared insights on the future of tech, universal health care, and national service.   More

Community Insights Cryptocurrency

A New Dawn from a Trust-less Web

One of the world’s top blockchain engineers explains how the London-based company she runs, Parity Technologies, aims to bring trust back to the internet.   More

Arts & Culture

Why E-Sports Will Be Bigger Than Live Sports

The number of people watching e-sports content globally is set to balloon to over 450 million this year. Here's why that matters.   More

Analytics & Data

Want to Unlock Innovation in Your Business? Start With Data.

It’s easy to accept the popular view that traditional ways of thinking are barriers to innovation. But that’s not necessarily true.   More

Techonomy Events

Video: The Techonomy Experience

Techonomy events are unlike any others. Check out this video of highlights from our flagship conference, including insights from John Chambers, Sir Tim Berners Lee, Emily Chang, and many more.   More

Healthcare

The Internet of (Medical) Things Moment is Here

The global Internet of Medical Things market's value will reach $158 billion by 2022. But IoMT is already changing health care.   More

Techonomy Events

Will Tech Unite or Divide? How Our NY Program Chose Us

When we prepped for our NY conference May 14-15, almost every speaker brought up something about being worried about tech. Nobody knows if we're headed towards enlightenment or dystopia. But it's become a main conference theme.   More