Although the coronavirus has impelled many tech companies to transition their annual conferences to online-only virtual events, much of the entertainment value remains, along with captivating keynote speakers, spot-on executive presentations, and hands-on learning sessions.
By 2030, our lives will be more connected, mobile and digital than ever before. Emerging technologies are enabling us to augment, enhance, and optimize our lives; from autonomous vehicles to connected homes and digital cities. Explore the research.
Host Walter Isaacson and guests talk about what it means to get old, and what we can do to make it less scary.
Stefan Voss of Dell EMC discusses destructive cyber-attacks, their impact to the bottom line, and the steps toward recovery.
What will the workplace look like in the future? How do you navigate the changes ahead? Danny Cobb and Daniel Newman discuss the Realizing 2030 report.
In the last of a series on how governments can realize 2030, we’re honing in on sustainable development. Sustainability used …
People give up massive amounts personal data every day – to their phone apps, their doctors and their GPS systems. In theory, it’s anonymous, but artificial intelligence is smart enough to correlate data and draw conclusions. So how much privacy do we really have?
Before we worry about teaching ethical decision-making to robots, we need to figure out how to teach it to the people who build them. Explore the approach that universities like Stanford, MIT, and Harvard are taking to cultivate an understanding of ethical issues in their students, and how this can benefit the companies that may one day employ them.
In part three of our series on Realizing 2030: A New Era in Government, we looked at the prerequisites for an innovative society. We explore the impact innovation could have on the future workforce and how governments should respond.