The New + the Next

Open Source Moves From Rebel to Mainstream

Open-source software has an image of radicalism.
News + Politics

How Nudge Tech Helped Halve One City's Overdose Victims

A nudge — provided by a cloud-based app — can go a long way when it comes to treating addiction patients.
Around the World

Can His Online Courses Fix Africa's Food Insecurity?

Howard Blight has been a farmer, businessman, educator — and gin distiller.
The New + the Next

How to Earn Free Money Online — Thanks to Blockchain

Distributed computing networks could replace internet giants’ data centers.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
The New + the Next

The Internet of Things Is Not What You Think

The future of the world economy depends on it.
The New + the Next

How Twinning Tech Will Power Our Future

They’re futuristic digital clones of life-size big machines, and they are revolutionizing the Industrial Internet.
Around the World

How Big Data Is Helping to Keep the Lights On

Sensors and machine monitoring are helping to stop power grid outages before they begin.
Around the World

Predicting a Volcanic Eruption … by Hooking It Up to the Internet

Small sensors are bringing volcanic activity online, predicting the speed of future tsunamis and pinpointing the epicenter of earthquakes.
The New + the Next

How the Internet of Things is Protecting Our Plates

From supersmart sensors to wired-up trucks, the food and beverage industry is using high tech to make our dinners safer.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
News + Politics

The Center of the IoT Data Universe Is Actually at the Edge

Taking data to the extreme is keeping devices in harsh and remote areas stay connected to the source, in real time.
Around the World

How Data is Solving Some of the World's Biggest Problems

Algorithms sound like a snooze, but they’re incredibly hot stuff if you care about preventing Ebola outbreaks and making neighborhoods safe.

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