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Event Recap

November 4, 2020

Event recap | The global impacts of democratized tech and remote work

By GeoTech Center

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Event description

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically accelerated the trend democratization of technologies and of humans working remotely. Together, these trends are affecting markets, education, governments, and how human societies operate.

Developing new ways of operating in these environments is critical in order to balance digital and real-world interactions at scale. This episode of the GeoTech Hour, which takes place every Wednesday from 12:00 – 1:00 pm Eastern, will highlight the democratization of technologies and what it means for entrepreneurs and investors. This discussion addresses how more remote work affects communities, organizations, nations, and the planet and identifies the action steps to ensure these two trends are forces for good in the world.

Join us for another lively discussion to consider how the world is changing and how we each can be a part of the #GoodTechChoices needed to rebuild a better world together.


Esther Dyson
Executive Founder

Brad Feld
Managing Director
Foundry Group

Derry Goberdhansingh
Harper Paige 

Christopher M. Schroeder
Next Billion Ventures 

Daniella Taveau
Nonresident Senior FellowGeoTech Center
Atlantic Council

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Oct 28, 2020

Event recap | Data, tech, and geopolitics in 2021 and beyond

By Hannah Biggs

In this episode of the GeoTech Hour, hosted Wednesday, October 28, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EST panelists examined data, tech, and geopolitics as we approach 2021 and beyond. The discussion considered actions that could uplift societies and populations as a whole. The world will, we hope, be more stable in this upcoming year, and as a result, it is the ideal time for governments to learn lessons from 2020 and adjust course accordingly.

Digital Policy

Related Experts: David Bray, Derry Goberdhansingh, and Daniella Taveau