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Singularity University
Our mission is to educate, inspire and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges.
Our mission is to educate, inspire and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges.
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What We're Reading This Week in robotics, Hyperloop One, WikiLeaks, & more:

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All of Singularity Hub's coverage from Singularity University Global Summit.

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An infographic explaining the Global Grand Challenges we focus on here at SU, as well as all the ways you can help us solve them.

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"As we put exponential technologies into the hands of the entrepreneurs and leaders who think exponentially rather than linearly and who understand this historic moment to now solve the global grand challenges—we will see the lives of billions transformed in positive ways."

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The Singularity University Global Summit, happening August 28–30 in San Francisco, is bringing the brightest minds together for a three-day conference to begin tackling the world’s biggest challenges and give participants a look at the future of technology and business. This will be the definitive place to meet innovators and understand what business, technology and government will look like in the next 10 years.

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Our first-ever SU Global Summit will take a deep dive into seemingly far-off opportunities, reveal why they’re not as far away as they seem, and connect those who understand the importance of these converging technologies.

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“We all have the ability to affect humanity. Why would we do anything less?”

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Our first-ever Global Grand Challenge Awards will put the most promising social impact tech companies on display at the Singularity University Global Summit happening August 28-30 in San Francisco. Applications are now open!

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"The project raises the prospect of building custom-designed humans, or even semi-humans who have computers as parents."

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Startups don't need to chose between profit and purpose.
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