Two presidential candidates, an NFL wide receiver, and the CEO of a Google incubator all walk into…wait for it…Techonomy NYC. That’s what makes Techonomy events special — the unique blend of perspectives and expertise we bring to the stage.
In addition to some of the amazing people you’ve already heard about — Desiree Gruber of Full Picture, Blockchain superstar Jutta Steiner, Meetup founder Scott Heiferman, Hacker One’s Marten Mikos, and the ACLU’s Chief Digital Officer Pinky Weitzman — we’re thrilled to announce the addition of presidential candidates Andrew Yang and John Delaney, entrepreneur and New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa, and Jigsaw CEO Jared Cohen to the line up.
Join us on May 14 – 15 as we discuss how tech can be leveraged for better business. Learn more.
2020 Presidential Candidates Andrew Yang & John Delaney
Andrew Yang’s tech-based campaign has been capturing a lot of attention lately and his platform of universal basic income for all Americans is gaining traction. In a crowded field, he’s managed to break into the Democratic debates. We’ll get a sneak peak.
Entrepreneur turned Congressman and 2020 presidential candidate, John Delaney is the Chairman of the Congressional Artificial Intelligence Caucus. He believes in the potential for AI to transform our economy and understands that we need a National strategy focused on employment, security, and ethics.
Entrepreneur & New York Jets Wide Receiver Quincy Enunwa
As tech becomes ever more central to the future of society, athletes and sports leaders are becoming engaged. Jets star Enunwa will explain why he cares so much about tech.
Jigsaw CEO Jared Cohen
From the White House to Silicon Valley, Jared Cohen is the CEO of Jigsaw, the division of Alphabet (Google) that is trying to solve the world’s big problems. His book, The New Digital Age: Re-shaping the Future of People, Nations and Business, was co-authored with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and was a New York Times bestseller.