Goal Getters: Grassroots Solutions to World's Biggest Challenges Paid Members Public
In 2015, the United Nations set forth the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with the ambitious aim of eradicating global challenges by 2030, but as we approach the deadline, it's clear that we're falling behind.
A Week of Impact: UN Climate Week 2023 in New York City with OpenExO Paid Members Public
OpenExO embarked on an enlightening journey during UNGA Climate Week 2023 in New York City, with highlights including XPRIZE ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange and Salim Ismail discussing large-scale business transformation for good at the CEO Summit.
Your Ambition and Your Ally Paid Members Public
The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup serves as a powerful symbol of the world's growing acceptance and celebration of women's ambition and success in the realm of sports, inspiring future generations and reshaping societal attitudes toward female athletes.
Catalyzing Ethical AI in Global Healthcare: Principles, Challenges, and Pathways Forward Paid Members Public
Explore the ethical principles and governance frameworks essential for responsible AI and digital health technology deployment in healthcare, with a particular emphasis on addressing emerging ethical challenges in low and middle-income countries and marginalized communities.
The 5 Laws of Exponentiality Paid Members Public
We could say that the simplification of technology is one of the next great ‘mega-trends’: a global force exerting a massive impact on our societies, cultures, economies, businesses, and personal lives. It's time to include the disenfranchised and ensure no one is left behind.
Barriers in Healthcare and How They’re Being Addressed Paid Members Public
A patient-centric approach means that planning, budgeting, monitoring, and evaluating decisions must empower patients and improve work quality and delivery for providers.
The Threat of Rain? Paid Members Public
Purposeful vision is useless if the management team believes the future is predictable and that technology will advance in some sort of linear and orthodox manner.