Meet the biohackers who are putting technology into their own bodies

Technology has become increasingly intrusive. Just a few decades ago, the idea of being near-constantly tethered to a device may have been unpalatable, particularly when that device sends your every activity to corporations and means you are contactable 24 hours a day. In 2018, though, we can hardly imagine living without one. Willingly integrating technology into your body, or biohacking, therefore seems like the next logical step. We have welcomed smartphone devices into our lives – often paying substantial amounts for the privilege – because they are unbelievably useful. Many expect the next logical progression in personal technology to be…

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TNW2019 Daily: You could win a $3k hotel stay during our conference

It’s officially 29 days until TNW Conference, and I’m very excited to announce our giveaway, worth over €3,000! You could win a 2-night stay at the Crane Hotel First things first: you can only enter this fantabulous giveaway with a TNW2019 ticket. Don’t have one yet? Get one now! Trust me when I say you don’t want to miss out. Once that’s sorted, you can use your unique ticket ID to enter our competition. Here’s what you could win: A 2-night stay for you and a friend at the five-star Crane Hotel on May 9 and 10 in Amsterdam An…

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Why diverse teams make better business decisions

Probably one of the most well-known brand fails in the past few years was Pepsi’s 2017 ad featuring Kendall Jenner. Released in the midst of the Black Lives Matter and Women’s March movements, the ad features the supermodel leading a group of ambiguous protestors and ends with a Pepsi peace offering to a police officer. After receiving widespread criticism, the company quickly pulled the ad and issued a public apology. And it’s not just Pepsi, companies like Google, Snapchat and Twitter have all suffered from major product flops which can ultimately be drilled down to one core problem: a lack…

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