Welcome to episode #804 of Six Pixels of Separation.
Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – Episode #804 – Host: Mitch Joel. Azeem Azhar is on a mission to explain how our societies and ways of life will change under the force of exponential technologies. He is determined to bring together the two cultures of innovation and tech and of business, society and policy and help us understand the real implications of the changes we are witnessing; which he is able to do from the vantage point of a 25-year career as an entrepreneur, investor and analyst in the tech industry. Azeem’s book is called, The Exponential Age – How Accelerating Technology Is Transforming Business, Politics and Society. He brings a unique background to explain the intersection of breakthrough technologies and the economies and societies in which we live. His amazing newsletter, Exponential View, is loved by investors, academics, journalists and nerds like me from around the world. Azeem also hosts the Exponential View podcast, distributed by Harvard Business Review. Azeem is a senior advisor to professional services firm, PwC. He also advises entrepreneurial firms and is an investor in early-stage startups in AI, renewable energy, female healthtech, self-driving cars and marketplaces. Enjoy the conversation…
- Running time: 1:01:24.
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