When we begin to embrace the idea of a future that looks very different from today, we can harness these powerful technologies to create exponential impact
You’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it twice, you’ll hear it a hundred times: technology is driving massive change on a worldwide scale. It’s becoming impossible to move through this world without coming into contact with technology in some way.
Singularity University (SU) and Amnesty International have announced a new partnership to develop and apply technological innovations designed to address human rights challenges.
Suitable Technologies Inc. found a good way to get people to appear at its Consumer Electronics Show booth: The company helped Edward Snowden to appear live at the show, thanks to its robot-like Beam telepresence device.
Our Startup Network portfolio company NexLeaf is rocking it (again!) and won not one but two awards:
ColdTrace: 2015 Tech Award Laureate for Healthcare Innovation
“ColdTrace was honored as a Laureate in the Sutter Health Category at the 2015 Tech Awards (also known as the “Oscars of Silicon Valley”). The Tech Awards reaches a global platform, and through partnerships created there, we are already increasing our ability to help safeguard the world’s vaccine resources.”
StoveTrace: Aegis Graham Bell Award Winner for M2M Innovation
“StoveTrace was recognized with India’s largest innovation award–the Aegis Graham Bell Award. Nexleaf, Qualcomm Wireless Reach, and TERI were honored to accept this award on behalf of Project Surya, an international collaboration with University of California San Diego. Thanks to these partners, women in India are receiving payments for using cleaner cookstoves–empowering women, improving public health, and protecting our planet.”
Singularity University GSP Alums making IMPACT — Jessica Scorpio (Class of ’09) under the Consumer Tech category and Christine Souffrant (Class of ’15) under the Retail & Ecommerce category
Over the past year, the Israeli startup ecosystem has made global headlines with a host of new cutting-edge technologies that include breakthrough medical devices, FinTech solutions, cyber-security systems, Internet of Things (IoT) gizmos, and a long list of cool gadgets and apps that have gained immense popularity around the world during 2015.
Daniel Kraft is a physician-scientist, inventor and innovator. From founding and chairing one of the premier healthcare conferences, to advising established players, mentoring startups to speaking about digital health globally, Dr. Kraft has become a go-to thought leader for our industry.
Attending Exponential Medicine was a mind-blowing experience as Daniel Kraft, MD, curated a great mix of speakers and a community of attendees to match. The official program was chock full of interesting…
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