Highlights

On staying ahead of the curve on innovation, runaway objective function, and why we get the economy we ask for

8:24
16:57

Every company should be a B Corp. Normal companies should not act like psychopaths

20:24
26:52

We should use our tech platforms as a laboratory for understanding who gets what, and why

27:47
35:52

We can choose to do it differently. We can build an economy where people matter

37:02
42:05

On politics: The official future got broken, which puts determining the future back on us

43:06
48:33

Audience question: How do the Paradise Papers and tech's lobbying practices fit with WTF's analysis of the tech industry?

52:47
58:36

Audience question: Is it possible that technology is actually making humans weaker because it lessens our need to develop?

65:17
68:16

Audience question: Is it time for us to drastically rethink the social contract?

73:09
76:50

Audience question: Are there business leaders currently putting these ideas about corporate responsibility into practice?

84:25
87:28

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