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Inside a $1 Billion Real Estate Company Operating Entirely in VR

Inside a $1 Billion Real Estate Company Operating Entirely in VR Born during the aftermath of the financial meltdown a decade ago, a publicly-traded real estate brokerage called eXp Realty is establishing itself as one of the brightest rising companies in its industry—and one of the most creative users of digital technology today. By several…
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The Power of Unsafe Thinking to Bring Bold, World-Changing Ideas to Life

The Power of Unsafe Thinking to Bring Bold, World-Changing Ideas to Life Jonah Sachs is a storyteller, entrepreneur, and “unsafe thinker.” Sachs is the founder and former CEO of Free Range studios, a pioneering creative firm that helped create some of the first viral marketing campaigns around social issues, such as the “The Story of…
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Why Slowing Down Can Actually Help Us Achieve More

Why Slowing Down Can Actually Help Us Achieve More Leah Weiss believes that when we pay attention to how we do our work—our thoughts and feelings about what we do and why we do it—we can tap into a much deeper reservoir of courage, creativity, meaning, and resilience. As a researcher, educator, and author, Weiss…
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Just a Few of the Amazing Things AI Is Doing in Healthcare

Just a Few of the Amazing Things AI Is Doing in Healthcare In an interview at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine in San Diego, Neil Jacobstein shared some groundbreaking developments in artificial intelligence for healthcare. Jacobstein is Singularity University’s faculty chair in AI and robotics, a distinguished visiting scholar at Stanford University’s MediaX Program, and has served as…
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How to Unlock Creative Collaboration With Presence and Play

How to Unlock Creative Collaboration With Presence and Play Dan Klein is an improviser, performer, and educator. For the last 20 years, Dan has been teaching classes on improvisational theater, creativity, and storycrafting to Stanford students and executives around the world. He believes the practices of improv are teachable, learnable, and have the power to…
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The Future of Digital Health: Personalized Health Care Beyond the Doctor’s Office

The Future of Digital Health: Personalized Health Care Beyond the Doctor’s Office In an interview at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine in San Diego, Leslie Saxon, founder and executive director of the USC Center for Body Computing, spoke about the Virtual Care Clinic her team is building. The concept for the Virtual Care Clinic was created in 2015…
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Why Nothing Cuts Through Complexity Like Visual Thinking

Why Nothing Cuts Through Complexity Like Visual Thinking Dan Roam is a management consultant who uses visual thinking to make complicated ideas simple. His books Back of the Napkin and Draw to Win explain how anyone can use visual thinking to improve communication, problem solving, and innovation. “People often talk about the simplicity that’s on…
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