Impact Investing | Episode 11

Impact Investing | Episode 11

               
AI Lock-in Loop - Mike Butcher, Editor At Large at TechCrunch London, chats with Penny about the technology trends Mike has observed as having the largest impact on society and how they have provided permission to change society’s conversations around the refugee crisis.
 
This Week We Explore:
  • The AI lock in loop with an exponential effect on businesses, it’s a drug of addiction
  • AI as an arms race
  • Giving politicians permission to change the conversation around refugees
  • Impact investing - future-proofing a society against polarisation and racism
  • How to learn, not just what to learn

Where To Find Mike:

LinkedIn

Techfugees

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