Online Conversation: Right/Wrong

Oct 28, 2020

On October 28, Juan Enriquez presented his latest book for members of the Tällberg Foundation network.

How rapid changes in technology could lead to rapid changes in ethics and, more importantly, how we can have civil conversations.

Juan Enriquez is one of the world’s leading authorities on the economic and political impacts of life sciences.

mitpress.mit.edu/books/rightwrong
tallbergfoundation.org

ABOUT JUAN ENRIQUEZ

Buidling world changing life science platforms in IT, diagnostics, energy, chemicals, pharma, agribusiness, and biotech

Global speaker (Leigh Bureau) on four topics: Why and how life sciences will drive the global economy. Why countries appear and disappear. What humans will evolve into and how this changes countries, industries, moral/ ethical structures, and individuals. Why evolution is now driven by Un-Natural Selection and Non-Random Mutation

Have written bestsellers on all three topics: As the Future Catches You (Random House) . The Untied States of America (Random House) . Homo Evolutis: Please Meet the Next Human Species (TED). Evolving Ourselves (Penguin)

Specialties: Building large entrepreneurial companies. Global speaker and futurist. Creating large, diverse partnerships for business. Writing on politics, science, international affairs.

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