Techonomy 2018

White House Tech Advisor Focuses on Innovation

Michael Kratsios came to Techonomy2018 to show the administration's support for innovation. The audience of tech and business leaders was polite but skeptical.

Daniel Kraft: ‘Sick-Care’ Could Finally Become Healthcare

In a wide-ranging look at how exponential technologies could change the face of healthcare, Daniel Kraft, faculty chair of medicine and neuroscience at Singularity University, told Techonomy 2018 attendees Sunday that personalized medicine is on...

WWW Inventor Wants to Take Back the Web

Kicking off the Techonomy 2018 conference Sunday in Half Moon Bay, Ca., Tim Berners-Lee shared his plan for how to “reset” the web and help users regain control from the corporate powers that have usurped...

Susan Robinson: Company Culture Drives Performance

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Susan Robinson, Principal, Cultural Change and Inclusiveness, EY.

Paul Brody: Public, Open Networks Ensure Competition

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Paul Brody, Global Innovation Blockchain Leader, EY.

Bryan Mason: A Call for a New Model

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Bryan Mason, Chief Operating Officer, VSCO

Nir Erez: Tech Shouldn’t Be Limited to the Affluent

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Nir Erez, co-founder and CEO at Moovit, a public transit data and analytics company.

Catherine Steiner-Adair: Screens Hinder Emotional Intelligence

Techonomy 2018 speakers answer critical questions in an ongoing series: Catherine Steiner-Adair, a research associate at Harvard Medical School.

Who Should Attend Techonomy 2018?

Who should attend Techonomy? Anybody grappling with the impact of technology on their business and the wider world.

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