Disruptive Technologists ® …and the entrepreneurial culture in New York City

The people that interrupt the normal course or unity with technology. They are the game-changers, the brilliant thinkers, the hackers, the founders and the people that finance them.

Highlights From Wildly Disruptive AI/IoT event

Our January 29th panel on AI and IoT at Microsoft Technology HQ in midtown NYC was a blast—the discussion was lively, the audience questions were great, and the takeaways were fascinating.
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Buckle the Seat before Taking the Crypto Rocket

2017 is a remarkable year for crypto currency investors, their bold and prophetic vision
in the growth of value in blockchain technology had finally paid off, big time… Read More…

The Cryptocurrency Craze From A Different Perspective

Right now the narrative around Cryptocurrency technology — especially Bitcoin, the crypto with the highest market cap by a sizable margin — is that it is a bubble.” In this 13-minute Podcast…Read More…

Blockchain Bitcoin and Banking

How Can Blockchain Make Sex and Drugs More Accountable but Continue to Give Their Bitcoin Users Privacy: Disruptive Writer Xiling Gu talks with the Leah Callon-Butler, the founder of intimate.io, about how she started her… Read more…

Your AI-Powered Assistant Has You Covered

A Futuristic Conversation with x.ai CEO Dennis Mortensen, who explores how AI-powered assistants, like their email scheduling bot, could change our world and daily tasks…. Click here

When World’s Oldest Industry Meets Blockchain

“Crypto Currency, utility token, blockchain, digital coins….” these heated tech
buzzwords have flooded us, so much so you would feel illiteracy not mixing some of… Read More…

 

Disruptive Technologists Conference at Microsoft

The January 29, 2018 event on Monday about AI Upending IoT was tremendous! And we have a very cool Viziotagged video to go with it! Click on the link here: Read More…

3 Scale-Up “Hacks” For Entrepreneurial Millennials

Consider this: 77% of millennials* say flexible work hours make them more productive, while 64%** seek jobs with flexible locations. Millennials are shirking the 9-5 office job… Read More…

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