Digital Health in 2020: Rules of Contagion
The past year delivered a bombshell to the world with the COVID-19 pandemic. The world, particularly the health care system, was forced to respond rapidly and with remarkable agility. Digital health was in demand to do exactly what it was designed to do: treat remotely, diagnose accurately, share massive amounts of data to improve outcomes, and so much more. This session will take a close look at how technology delivered, where our health care system and health tech need to improve, and how these new rules of contagion will change the way future pandemics are fought.
COVID-19 State of the Union
Learn more about the latest updates on vaccine development and deployment, the current state and future of diagnostic testing, and the effective treatments being used successfully on patients.
A Biden Administration’s Approach to Technology and Innovation
With a new president comes a new approach to technology and trade policy. How will the new administration approach technology, innovation and competitiveness issues? Join us for an engaging conversation on these topics and more.
Consumer Adoption of New Hardware
Explore the driving forces behind this rise in spending on new technology, as consumer spend more time than ever at home, and the innovative ways companies are reacting.
Connected Cities: Only as Good as Their Connectivity
The effectiveness of a smart city relies upon high-speed connections. Explore the implications of consumers' expectations for instance access and how connectivity giants are making smart cities a very real possibility.
Automotive Transformation: EVs and Connectivity
Electrification and connectivity continue to disrupt the automotive value chain. In this session, we analyze how industry stakeholders are overcoming challenges facing a rapidly evolving sector.
Autonomous Transportation Moves Beyond the Vehicle
As self-driving and electric vehicle technologies advance, how are various industries shifting to offer new opportunities for workers and consumers?