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Silicon Valley's earlier effort to stop pandemics like Ebola

Back during the great Ebola Panic of October 2014, I read the following tweet from Silicon Valley academic Vivek Wadhwa: Imagine if SV focused on detecting Ebola and developing cures for infectious diseases. Big data, Syn bio, sensors, …all can ... Fortune, 3 days ago
Why Vivek Wadhwa takes on the Silicon Valley status quo Upstart Business Journal, 2 weeks ago

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Experts question worth of medical technology

As a former physician, I shivered a bit when I heard Dr Vivek Wadhwa say he would rather have an artificial-intelligence doctor than a human one. "I would trust an AI over a doctor any day," he proclaimed at a health innovation conference in San ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Experts question the value of some new medical technologies  WA Today1 month ago In his words: Vivek Wadhwa talks about artificial intelligence and beyond  Upstart Business Journal1 month ago The data dilemma: Why more isn't always better for our well-being  Globe and Mail1 month ago
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Vivek Wadhwa comments: What's the motivation behind tech companies' egg-freezing policies?

Tech titans Apple and Facebook made waves this week when news broke that both companies are now offering to pay fortwo rounds of egg-freezing for female employees — an expensive and physically demanding procedure that can cost upwards of $20,000. ...
 Al Jazeera1 month ago

Venture capitalist community must publish diversity data

By Vivek Wadhwa The dominoes are falling in Silicon Valley: technology companies releasing their diversity data, apologizing for the sins of the past, and promising to do better. I know from my meetings with executives of Google and Facebook that ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Obama Said to Include Tech Visa Expansion in Immigration  TheStreet.com23 hours ago Speak to anyone in Silicon Valley, and they will tell you there's a talent shortage.  Bloomberg1 day ago Obama Said to Include Tech Visas Expansion in Immigration Plan  BusinessWeek1 day ago

When Men Are the Loudest Feminists

Where are all the women? That was the question Vivek Wadhwa's wife whispered to him at the 2009 Crunchies Awards the tech industry's Oscars. Since then, the professor, researcher, entrepreneur, and Foreign Policy Top 100 Global Thinker has ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago
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Innovating Women: The Changing Face of Technology

As women continue to make strides and gain respect in STEM fields, Vivek Wadhwa and Farai Chideya have compiled a collection of stories, essays and interviews featuring leading women in innovation. The stories, packaged in Innovating Women: The ...
 BizTimes Milwaukee3 weeks ago How Women In Tech Are Changing The Game  Fast Company1 month ago What To Wear: Women 2.0 HowTo Conference  Forbes.com1 month ago
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Vivek Wadhwa: Move over, humans, the robocars are coming

Posted Oct. 24, 2014 at 10:02 a.m. Related Blog Posts On The Web Site Search By VIVEK WADHWA, special to WRAL TechWire San Francisco — My prediction is that in fewer than 15 years, we will be debating whether human beings should be allowed ...
 Local Tech Wire3 weeks ago Vivek Wadhwa: Silly apps aren't the future of technology  Local Tech Wire1 month ago Self-driving cars will be safer than us. How long until human drivers are banned?  Venturebeat1 month ago The end of drivers licenses  Washington Post1 month ago
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Vivek Wadhwa: The coming era of unlimited--and free--clean energy

Posted Oct. 2, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. Related Blog Posts Site Search By VIVEK WADHWA, special to WRAL TechWire In the 1980s, leading consultants were skeptical about cellular phones. McKinsey & Company noted that the handsets were heavy, ...
 Local Tech Wire1 month ago Innovations: The coming era of unlimited — and free — clean energy  Washington Post2 months ago The coming era of unlimited — and free — clean energy  Washington Post2 months ago

Electrifying experience

The B-class Mercedes-Benz electric car is indeed a great small car. It drives with comfort and elegance, writes Vivek Wadhwa WHEN Mercedes-Benz contacted me last month to ask whether I would be interested in driving its new B-class electric car, I ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago

Vivek Wadhwa Tech powerhouse proud feminist

The New York Times, Wadhwa railed against Twitter's "male chauvinistic thinking" in filing for an IPO without a single woman on its board. The Twitter king snapped back --
 Big News Network1 month ago He waged a war with Twitter's CEO. Now this man is proud to be called a feminist  New York Business Journal1 month ago
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