technology

What A 16-Year-Old Took Away From Techonomy Virtual: Reset + Restore

For this teen, Techonomy Virtual made the tech world more tangible and concrete and demonstrated how imperative technology is, and is going to be, for solving world issues efficiently in the future.

Harnessing Technology for Human Connection

Right now, technology is our next best option to fill the void left by the lack of quality social interaction. This is also a chance for long-lasting, positive change.

On Racial Inequality, Discrimination, and Exclusion in Tech

We mourn the murder of George Floyd. Racial inequality, discrimination, and exclusion are major problems as well in tech and business. To help amplify voices of those working for change, here are eloquent highlights from...

Techonomy 2019 – Can We Find a Way Not to Worry?

Here are some of the key takeaways and things we learned from our recent treat in Half Moon Bay, Calif.

What Are the Real Issues We Must Urgently Address?

To get the world off an increasingly worrisome and self-reinforcing cycle of tech dysfunction, political paralysis, and failed action on climate, we all must get involved. Techonomy is committed, and we tackle all these issues...

What is a Good Conference Today?

These aren't times for ordinary conversation. We don't believe you can separate out moral, ethical, and global thinking when you discuss business strategy and the role of tech. Our conference Nov. 17-19 in California is...

Here’s Who Will Be at Techonomy’s Next Retreat

Including Sir Martin Sorrell, Marissa Mayer, Wikimedia's Katherine Maher, Tim O'Reilly, Jeff Weiner, John Chambers, Tristan Harris, Craig Newmark, Denmark's Casper Klynge, Chip Conley, social entrepreneurs Jasmine Crowe & Esther Dyson, journalists Casey Newton &...

What’s Holding Back Cryptocurrencies?

Technology goes through four steps on the path to adoption: innovation, the entrance of risk takers, rejection by the establishment, and the eventual distribution of trust. Here’s how this framework applies to cryptocurrencies.

Is ALL Technology “Humane”?

It's hard to call some technologies inhumane when we make them all. Who is then responsible, in light of our common sense reaction that some innovations don't feel humane at all?

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