If the problem were Trump it wouldn’t be happening in other places around the world, says political scientists Ian Bremmer.
The former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan explains what it will take to reduce gun violence against kids.
As the technology of virtual reality improves, we are going to start spending more time and getting more emotional inside it, says VR filmmaker Danfung Dennis.
Free trade may be the best system for the global economy but there are legitimate reasons for why some people had enough of it, says political scientist Ian Bremmer.
What are the values most important to a company? MIT's innovation expert Michael Schrage shares his thoughts on how to approach Key Performance Indicators.
How do companies keep getting you to buy the "latest and greatest" iteration of the product you already own? By testing the boundaries.
Physicist Michio Kaku doesn't see immortality as impossible, especially of the digital kind.
Former U.S. Congressman Steve Israel explains why Congress seems so paralyzed and can't pass any commonsense gun control.
Could Alzheimer's be prevented with a simple vaccine? This startup posits that it can.
How much does cognitive bias change people's perception? Well, the history of computing would be a lot different.
How does humanity arrive at great ideas? Simple: we take already great ideas and just arrive at even greater ideas.
Michio Kaku tells the story of a bet between Thomas Edison and Henry Ford that Elon Musk is now fulfilling.
There is a point when you have enough of what you need, says author, speaker, and social innovator Vicki Robin.
What qualities bring success? Miki and Radha Agrawal share the story of how one decision changed their lives.
When you have the opportunity to take gravity away from the human body, the results are pretty fasninating.
Don't let others define your own path through life, says comedian and raconteur Nick Offerman.