“Trust your vison,” exclaims Accuray founder John Adler. In a lively discussion with his son and fellow entrepreneur Trip Adler of Scribd, the two expand on the idea that ultimately no one knows your company better than you.. Though there’s no shortage of advice from those older and more experienced, both agree that trusting your instincts and making your own mistakes are vital parts of the learning process for a new entrepreneur.
Toni Townes-Whitley, Microsoft
The Ethics of Innovation [Entire Talk]
Tech innovators must index on larger social issues like fairness, accessibility and the effect on jobs to stay relevant.
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Toni Townes-Whitley, MicrosoftThe Ethics of Innovation [Entire Talk]
David Eagleman, Stanford School of Medicine
A Brainy Approach to Innovation [Entire Talk]
Renowned neuroscientist David Eagleman shares his passion for translating the complexities of cognition into mind-blowing inventions and educational material for the masses. The public-television host, bestselling author and Stanford adjunct professor speaks with Tina Seelig of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program about his decision to leave the lab and dedicate his life to bringing scientific discoveries into the world.
Video 58 minutes
David Eagleman, Stanford School of MedicineA Brainy Approach to Innovation [Entire Talk]
Carlos Watson, Ozy Media
Taking a Lead From Tech [Entire Talk]
Carlos Watson, co-founder and CEO of Ozy Media, describes how its forward-focused digital news magazine, Ozy, looks more toward innovators in business sectors outside traditional media. The Emmy-winning journalist shares the unlikely origins of his entrepreneurial drive, and explains how his wide-ranging career has been fueled by family, curiosity and the thrill of starting fresh.
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Carlos Watson, Ozy MediaTaking a Lead From Tech [Entire Talk]