The Corporate Innovation Podcast, presented by Singularity University, goes beyond the “disrupt or die” headlines and explores how world leading innovators truly create transformation, growth and impact.
Ep. 33 - An outside-in look at innovation in Africa
Jesper Drescher, serial entrepreneur and investor with vast knowledge of innovation in Africa, chairman of 3 African tech companies and author of Digital Africa: Investing in Africa’s Most Untapped Source
Ep. 32 - How to innovate responsibly
Alka Roy, Founder of Responsible Innovation and AI Project, set up AT&T’s first 5G lab in the Bay Area, serves on Linux’s Foundation Trusted AI Community, holds 5 patents for policy and security frameworks, and is a speaker and writer on responsible...
Ep. 31 - Tools for becoming an ethical company
Cennydd Bowles is the author of Future Ethics and founder of responsible design and futures studio NowNext. He has been a contributor to the BSI’s Responsible Innovation steering group and a reviewer for MIT Press. Cennydd has nearly two decades of...
Ep. 30 - Innovating for the long term
Alexander Rose is Executive Director and Secretary to the Board of The Long Now Foundation since 01997. He holds an arts honors degree from Carnegie Mellon University in industrial design, founded the robotics company Inertia Labs, builds combat robots...
Ep. 29 - Innovating with Intentional Integrity
Robert Chesnut is the former General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer at Airbnb. He also has a background as Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Chegg, Senior Vice President eBay and Assistant United States Attorney. Rob holds a Law degree from...
Ep. 28 - The End of the Winner-Take-All Era?
Matt Stoller is a former Fellow at the Open Markets Institute, author of Goliath: The 100-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy and the newsletter BIG. He is a former Senior Policy Advisor and Budget Analyst for the Senate Budget Committee and...