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Mind the Tech 2019 Roundup

Mind the Tech 2019 Roundup

Calcalist’s Mind the Tech conference comes to London for the third time

CTech | 16:43  12.09.2019
Tech innovators must take a stand against loose cannon leaders. The biggest threat to innovation and technology may well be politicians, Calcalist's publisher Yoel Esteron said. Read more

Businessman Teddy Sagi opens Calcalist’s Mind the Tech conference. Sagi spoke Wednesday night at the conference’s opening cocktail party in London. Read more

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The U.S.-China tension will not end soon, says BlackRock executive. Wei Li, head of EMEA investment strategy for BlackRock, spoke Thursday at Calcalist’s third annual Mind the Tech conference in London. Read more

AI: the end of the world as we know it? Sky’s Emma Lloyd and venture capitalist Eze Vidra discussed the future of media Thursday at Calcalist’s conference in London. Read more

Regardless of Brexit, London will remain at the center of tech, real estate world, says LabTech CEO. Read more

By 2025, ride-hailing services will be responsible for 25% of all miles driven, says Gett exec. Read more

We make the physical world digital, says CEO of AR retailtech company Trax. Read more

Machines take over at the point where humans stop understanding correlations, says Tandem Bank CEO. Read more

Israel’s largest travel management company is about to double in size, says CEO. Read more

Understanding web use patterns could stop the next lone-wolf terrorist, says Cobwebs president. Read more

Israel’s tech brand succeeds where its political brand fails, says Oxx founder. Read more

The future of mobility Is greener, says Citymapper founder. Read more

Israel’s Ambassador to the U.K. speaks at Calcalist's Mind the Tech's opening cocktail. Read more

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