Colin Barnett, premier of Western Australia, talks about the balance of the old and new economies, and the way of life the state has to offer.
Starburst Accelerator's Francois Chopard and Leonie Hill Capital's Arun Kant talk about the $200 million fund being launched to encourage aerospace innovation.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks to Audi President Scott Keogh about the future of connected cars.
Shervin Pishevar, Sherpa Capital managing director, and Brent Callinicos, Hyperloop One, discuss how interconnected technology will change the future of transportation.
John Licata at Blue Phoenix says innovation will keep renewable energy competitive and his views on whether new policies will affect renewables in the future.
Brad Anderson, former Best Buy CEO, weighs in on holiday shopping trends, growth in e-commerce and wearable technology.
A look at efforts to push startup development and innovation in Singapore from SGInnovate's Steve Leonard.
Ajay Chopra, general partner at Trinity Ventures, discusses the health of the tech industry in Silicon Valley in the light of the upcoming Trump administration.
Thomas Friedman, columnist for The New York Times and author of "Thank You for Being Late," discusses the economy of the future.
Thomas Friedman, columnist for The New York Times and author, discusses his new book "Thank You for Being Late" about how the financial crisis hid major technological advances.
BNY Mellon's Stephen Lackey explains how its clients can explore more fintech opportunities through their open-source, cloud-based technology platform.
It's not located in a warehouse but DBS Asia X, a fintech innovation facility, has plenty of space for hackathons, says Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS Group.
MUFG's Makoto Shibata talks about how the bank is using technologies, such as blockchain, the MUFG coin and the NAO robot, to better engage with customers.
Portugal’s Minister of Economy Manuel Caldeira Cabral says it was a “great achievement” for Lisbon to secure 2016’s Web Summit event, while commenting on the country’s technological ecosystem.
Discussing how the future of technology and government policy are being talked about in the 2016 elections, with Eric Hippeau, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, and Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners.
China's legislature approved a cybersecurity law on Monday that human rights activists warn will tighten political controls.
Samsung Electronics said Sunday it will offer an artificial intelligence assistant service in the upcoming flagship smartphone.
We're the big innovator, say Jonathan Ayers, IDEXX Laboratories CEO, talking about advances in diagnostics, software and services in veterinary medicine. Also Ayer weighs in on potential growth trends among millennial pet owners.
The Artificial General Intelligence Society's Ben Goertzel explains how artificial intelligence technologies can be used to address human aging and diseases.
China's auto market has held up better than expected despite the corruption crackdown, says Daimler's Hubertus Troska.