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What Makes Johnson & Johnson Different

Joaquin Duato, vice chairman of the world's largest healthcare company, talks about tech, and global progress.

Where AI Creates Winners – and Losers

Smart companies obsess over how to leverage digital technology. But it also matters whether an industry faces growth or decline. Here’s a look at how some industries will fare in the age of artificial intelligence.

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

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

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.

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.

Why We’re Obsessed with the Sustainable Development Goals

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

Facebook, China, and Ethical Tech: Key Techonomy Topics of 2018

Three major topics rose up repeatedly in Techonomy events and editorial in 2018: the fall of Facebook, the rise of China, and concerns about the negative impact of connected devices on our brains, the economy,...

You Bet Your Life

With consumer skepticism soaring, the tech giants move into healthcare. (From the latest Techonomy Magazine)

The Cookie That Ate The World

Early web engineers thought a browser "cookie" would be a simple and friendly way for sites to know you had returned. They miscalculated.

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