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Techonomy

Who’s Afraid of a Digital Planet?

Harnessing technology can serve big unmet needs of people and the planet — without adding to the mess — but real progress will require a greater commitment from the private sector. The post Who’s

Disinformation and Data Attacks Will Get Worse

Disinformation tactics are getting more and more sophisticated. These are cross-platform, multi-industry threats, and the solutions will be cross-platform and collaborative. The post Disinformation

Why Zuckerberg Will Keep Failing in China

Despite impressive perseverance, Mark Zuckerberg's attempts to crack China are almost certainly destined to fail. Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick explains why, in this piece he wrote in mid-August for

How Marriott is Changing the Hotel Game with Personalization

Customer expectations in hospitality are being raised by the personalization of e-commerce. Marriott is using big data to enable its front-line staff to provide personalized service. They sat down

Want a Recipe for Stronger Cement? Just Add Carrots

Editors Choice: The humble carrot could be the key to creating a stronger cement and reducing cement's significant carbon footprint, according to an article in architecture and design magazine Dezeen.
Why I Joined a Research Study — and You Should Too

Why I Joined a Research Study — and You Should Too

In which our intrepid reporter gives her very blood to stay on the front lines of modern healthcare. The post Why I Joined a Research Study — and You Should Too appeared first on Techonomy.
Omidyar Network and Institute for the Future Introduce Ethical Framework for Tech

Omidyar Network and Institute for the Future Introduce Ethical Framework for Tech

Exclusive to Techonomy: The Omidyar Network and the Institute for the Future introduce an "Ethical Operating System," a toolkit for helping developers and designers anticipate the impact of
AI, China, Data, Good Thinking, and our Fall Conference

AI, China, Data, Good Thinking, and our Fall Conference

What is happening with the future of AI, and how will it alter geopolitics? That's the kind of question that motivates our company, and our preparation for our fall conference. China looks strong.

Editor’s Choice: Is It Time To Bring Data To Managing?

We Recommend: Getting companies to pay attention to engage in so-called “evidence-based management” is a challenge. This piece from Knowable Magazine takes a deep dive into why. The post Editor’s

Asia’s Cancer Crisis Inspires Lab Innovation

The growing number of cancer patients in Asia is spurring innovative research and development — and some promising diagnostic developments. The post Asia’s Cancer Crisis Inspires Lab Innovation

Cybersecurity: A Critical Check in M&A

Cybersecurity due diligence in the M&A deal process should move from being a priority for only technical and information security teams — and an irritating afterthought to corporate development
Senator Warner: 20 Ways to Tame Social Media

Senator Warner: 20 Ways to Tame Social Media

A new paper from Senator Mark Warner lays out some of the policy options for taming the tech giants — but does it stop short? The post Senator Warner: 20 Ways to Tame Social Media appeared first on
How A 16-Year-Old Intern Tackled Techonomy’s Instagram

How A 16-Year-Old Intern Tackled Techonomy’s Instagram

We asked our summer intern to revive Techonomy’s Instagram. Here she writes about what worked, why, and how she thinks about this all-important platform. She also lists a few other accounts she
Techonomy: What’s in a Name

Techonomy: What’s in a Name

What does mean to be "techonomic"? The way we use that word is not to refer just to hardcore technology. Rather, it hangs on how tech transforms everything. It's very much also about how businesses
How Software Ate the Consumer Goods Industry

How Software Ate the Consumer Goods Industry

Digital-born consumer brands like Dollar Shave Club, Bonobos, Warby Parker, Allbirds and Casper have burst onto the scene in recent years. It's no coincidence that so many are in New York, that

Welcome to Precision Medicine (If You’re White)

Genomics helps tailor treatment for growing numbers of patients. But it works best for white people, who often already populate databases. How can it become valuable for everyone? The post Welcome to
Two Key Questions Zuckerberg Didn’t Answer

Two Key Questions Zuckerberg Didn’t Answer

Mark Zuckerberg was interrogated this week by Recode's Kara Swisher, but the results were unsatisfying. The Facebook CEO does show growing contrition, but failed to answer two key questions that would
These Four Techonomists Help Us Understand the Future

These Four Techonomists Help Us Understand the Future

What will the Techonomy 2018 conference be like? Meet four techonomists you will want to hear in November. The post These Four Techonomists Help Us Understand the Future appeared first on Techonomy.

Autodesk CEO: Automation is Inevitable, Necessary, and Positive.

Speaking to a group of technologists, investors, journalists, and entrepreneurs convened by Techonomy, Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost made the case that software and automation are creating more
Today’s Top Technologies Are Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

Today’s Top Technologies Are Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

Machine learning, predictive analytics, big data, and IoT are quietly making a massive impact toward a more sustainable planet. The post Today’s Top Technologies Are Reducing Our Carbon Footprint