Tech-based innovation offers the promise of disruptive technologies which can lower cost and improve outcomes in critical areas of societal focus. These innovations and the businesses that drive them, however, are often subject to a rapidly emerging "techlash" with a growing set of concerns about potential monopolistic behavior of large tech companies, concerns about data privacy, systemic bias embedded in algorithmic decision making, a growing digital and income divide and uncertainty about the future of work. At the core of this, a discussion around effective leadership is emerging.
Using technology to improve access and affordability in healthcare and how government works for everyone
What are the potential unintended consequences of technology in society and how can these be mitigated?
And ultimately, what does success look like for leaders managing technology-based innovation in society?
Join us for this year's Tech + Society Conference, where we will discuss:
Adjunct Professor of DOTM
Tech + Society Conference Keynote with Juan Enriquez
Innovation is driving change in our thoughts on right and wrong
AI for Good
Where can technology be used for good? How do we align tech-based innovation with the ultimate well-being of our society?
Panel discussion on how to best incorporate eco-friendly practices
Welcome & Keynote: Steven Hatfield, Global Future of Work Leader, Deloitte Consulting
Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare