To quote Mark Antony in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar set around 45 B.C., “Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears.” For all of history, people have been trying to aggregate human attention to sell them something. And the media industry is no different.
Highlights from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's FOOD FORWARD summit.
It is a widely shared opinion among tech executives that coding is a win-win for companies and for students.
Technology will never be able to replace the importance of the human spirit.
Doug Luciani, a business leader in Michigan, argues that access to quality child care is a crucial element to building and strengthening America's workforce.
The world is counting on innovation to meet humanity’s severest challenges. And free enterprise is answering the call. The venture capital database CB Insights reported that in 2013, venture capitalists invested $350 million in food projects.
The good old UPC barcode has been around for nearly a half century, but savvy consumers are pushing hard for advancements in the way we track supply chains and deliver product information. The ubiquity of web-connected mobile devices with high-quality cameras enables mobile app developers to leverage the barcode in fresh ways. They can now provide consumers with digital food transparency, creating profound effects on the food industry.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will explore the future of food at its FOOD FORWARD event on July 19.
Even innovation itself is ripe for disruption.
The growth of the information economy and the use of data should encourage regulators to develop privacy rules based on empirical evidence, rather than anecdotes and worst-case scenarios.