Facebook took its lumps at Techonomy NYC, most notably from its own co-founder, Chris Hughes.
There are an estimated 7,000 rare diseases known today, collectively affecting some 350 million people around the world. Big data, AI, and smart records bring hope.
Two speakers at Techonomy NYC look to nature for answers to separate sustainability questions.
New technologies will mean “new ingredients, more efficient farms, and better delivery of food,” an analyst told the Techonomy NYC audience in a presentation on the future of food. Her talk was followed by a...
Microsoft President Brad Smith has become a voice for responsible business and Microsoft has come a long way from its reputation in the ‘90s as the bully of the tech industry. He challenged the industry...
Speaking at Techonomy NYC, Martin Sorrell said he would "start over" after his departure from WPP. The news came at the end of a far-ranging discussion.