Community

The Making of IdeaFront, Part 1

This article originally appeared as First Look content, as a member benefit to SU Global Community members, inside the SU Global Community here.  Being a member of the SU Global …

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Challenges for Africa’s Entrepreneurial Leaders in the Digital Era

Africa is booming with entrepreneurs, from women selling vegetables in a roadside shack, to youths launching innovative technology startups. According to the African Development Bank, 22% of Africa’s working-age population …

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Announcing the SU Global Community

What began as an audacious dream 12 years ago – a university where people could learn about the unanticipated impact that technology would have on our future –  has turned …

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The COVID City

The COVID-19 pandemic has fallen hardest not just on cities but on poorer, overcrowded neighborhoods, lending further credence to the observation that, in today’s world, one’s post code determines one’s …

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Disrupting Veterinary Credentialing With Blockchain

This article was originally published on IBM’s Blockchain Pulse blog. The author is Dr. Patrick Welch, a Veterinarian, and CEO of VetBloom. Dr. Welch collaborated on this project with Dr. …

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Impact Spotlight: Highlighting the Work of Paola Santana and Social Glass

For this Impact Spotlight, I would like to highlight the work of Paola Santana and her startup Social Glass. Paola originally joined SU as a GSP participant in 2011, hailing from the …

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Chapter Leader Spotlight: Jun Suto

This week’s post is a community member spotlight is Jun Suto. He has been an active and valued member of the Chapter Leadership community since 2017 as a part of our Kyoto …

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Making the Leap to a Resilient Future: How Technology Can Help Vulnerable Workers

Nearly every country is grappling with high levels of unemployment. While COVID-19 ignited this crisis, it is part of a larger shift in the workforce that has been happening for …

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Impact Spotlight: RNA Micro-factories, the Pandemic, Mars and Moonshot Strategies

For this week’s post, I would like to highlight this article from Reuters sharing how Tesla, Inc and the German company CureVac, are teaming up to build portable automated bio-printers or …

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How much is your personal data worth?

By now you might have heard that former Democratic presidential candidate and entrepreneur Andrew Yang is working on a framework that would allow the ‘average Joe’ to get paid for …

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