Tech Doesn’t Change the World – Access to Tech Changes the World
Never has technology so dramatically changed humankind than in the last century. Organizations are using technology in truly innovative ways to solve the many problems we have and to create opportunities such as improved living conditions, economic impact, and longer life expectancy. This week, we discuss how diversity in technology and rigorous test can help drive innovation. We welcome Efosa Ojomo from the Clayton Christensen Institute and Matt Stephenson from Code2College to talk about the power of tech that welcomes everyone and provides solutions for all members of society. We share examples of how the combination of AI and clinical expertise may be able to save lives, with the help of test of course.
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- What are some examples of how our smartphones can catch disease early and cut the costs of lab tests?
- Organizations use technology in innovative ways, but to keep up momentum, innovation needs to be as accessible as possible.
- How Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company not only brought cars to the masses, but sparked the creation of millions of jobs, more affordable health care, and roadway structures.
- What does the democratization of technology mean, and how can test bring the costs down?
- How can test can affect a country’s quality of life and can help ease the effects of poverty.
- How are we using test and technology to bring products to underserved markets that may not have access to power or clean water?
- Why is testing infrastructure absolutely necessary?
- Validation tests and production testing are both used to get a new product to market. How rigorous are each?
- Why is it important for managers to think about innovation?
- Why is it important for young people to learn about the importance of test and diversity in technology, and what is Code2College doing to help our young generation of engineers and coders?