On Genius - On Genius
Unlike the internet, AI is not a new industry
State-sponsored cyber-spies and transnational organized crime groups pose urgent threats
They invited America to join them via FB live, and through their spontaneous town hall
Suddenly, machines are learning from gigantic expanding data sets at rapid rates.
We constantly strive to engage and surprise each other, our inventiveness giving us reason
The Second Mountain: The Next Big Challenge in Your Life
At an alarming rate, militaries from around the globe are employing AI
The high seas comprise 40 percent of the surface of our planet
Most of us face the desire to be creative within busy, scheduled lives.
Hacking, Disinformation, and a New Cold War with Russia
Can such a business-led effort toa promote carbon dividends
How did we get here? How are Western values shifting? What might the future hold?
How did these Cold War-era plans come together
Markets Can Solve the Global Energy and Climate Challenge, if We Let Them
What groups are most frequently targeted today?
The Future of Human-Robot Interaction
Are we a union, or are we 50 states?
Aspen Ideas Festival Young Adult Forum
How does culture help us learn from history and inform today’s struggles?
For those of us who will be hired, what skills should we possess?
What’s the state of this historically fraught relationship?
What might we learn from the past about the current state of politics?
Susan Page is Washington bureau chief of USA Today.
What, if anything, confers democratic legitimacy on foundations?
The America I Have Come to Know through StoryCorps
The tough and interesting question is: How can we fix it?
Time to start listening to the growing set of young entrepreneurs
What do they think it will take for meaningful change to happen?
Lying, Bullshitting, and Truth Telling: When is the Truth the Truth
Managing Through Disruption
Against a backdrop of rising populism, weakening of traditional political parties
What can leaders of institutions do to restore faith in institutions?
Chicago architect Jeanne Gang is one of the most celebrated architects in her adopted city
Should we ever intentionally drive a species extinct?
Privacy Paradox experiment on WNYC’s “Note to Self,” along with ProPublica senior reporter
What role does faith play in his quest to bring people together?
What constitutes a “good job”? What roles should business and gov. play in creating them?
What are the drivers of economic growth and opportunity in a changing world?
Will President Trump and the party’s traditional conservatives ever get in sync?
Graeme Wood is a national correspondent for The Atlantic and a lecturer at Yale University
Do we still have a coherent grand strategy about the country we want to be and our role
Join in a conversation about creating wonder
Can companies determined to support solutions to some of society’s larger dilemmas
Lyrical, musical, and physical acrobatics will introduce ideas and issues central to Ideas
Black in America Since MLK
Is the Internet a “Gift from God”
Doudna joins Walter Isaacson in conversation about gene editing and the unthinkable power
Can Faith Help Unite Us in Divided Times
Music can lift the spirits and help heal the body
How do we tear down social, economic, and environmental barriers and build better health.
Senator Chris Coons (D-DE) offers an insider’s look at the policy
Past NCI directors gather at Spotlight Health to talk about the NCI’s evolution
How do we build a caregiving infrastructure that can sustain us all?
Thirty-six million people have died of AIDS since 1981, and are living with HIV today
From birth control to abortion
In every leader's journey, there is a moment, or a series of moments, that stand out
Poverty is a powerful stressor that influences growth and development in children
Learn why that claim is made in the new PBS American Masters documentary, James Beard.
Infectious diseases represent one of the greatest threats to global health and security
240 million opioid scripts to Americans every year, the potential for abuse is enormous
Can health interventions really change hearts and minds and turn potentially violence?
What can we learn about the future of health care?
The population is deeply concerned about rising health care costs
Community health workers, social media networks, and local residents,fight against disease
Will a patient-centered, data-centered or payment-centered system ultimately dominate?
Discussing new approaches to the Affordable Care Act
Kathleen Sebelius, 21st secretary of HHS, discusses the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
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