Lessons Learned with Esther Dyson
This meeting is part of our Lessons Learned series, which provides an opportunity for distinguished members to share wisdom gained over the course of their careers with members aged forty-five and younger.
Currently focused on the areas of private aviation, space, and health care, Ms. Dyson was the founding chairman of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. During her career, she has also served as a journalist and Wall Street technology analyst with investment experience in information technology start-ups. Please join Ms. Dyson as she shares her perspective attained throughout her career.
Kenneth Cukier, theEconomist's data editor, and Michael Flowers,director of New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg's Financial Crime Task Force discuss "big data," and its impact on public policy and the world.
The rise of 3D printing has raised hopes of rejuvenating the long-beleaguered U.S. manufacturing sector.
Michael S. Dell, chairman and chief executive officer at Dell Inc., joins Daniel L. Doctoroff, chief executive officer at Bloomberg, to discuss growth and technology in a globalized world.