Banking in 2020

Banking in 2020 By 2020 bankers expect the banking environment to be shaped strongly by technology and non-traditional competitors. According to our survey, 64% believe that retail banking will be fully automated and 57% think that more money will flow via fintech firms than traditional retail banks. READ MORE ? …

A Look into the Future of Autonomous Driving

Driving Cars Arrive, What’s Holding Them Up? offered some insight into the impending transition from humans driving cars to being driven by them – and yes, it’s bound to be far more complex than simply sitting back and texting while the car does all the work. Here’s a Few Key …

How Wall Street Should be Valuing FinTech

How Wall Street Should be Valuing FinTech I recently read a thought-provoking article by Dealflow CEO, Steven Dresner, titled, “If you want crowdfunding to succeed, start by de-coupling ‘finance’ from ‘fin-tech.’” What I found most interesting was that the financial data veteran described technology as the “enabler” not the “end game.” Was …

Net Neutrality And Modern Exchanges

Net Neutrality And Modern Exchanges “ We at Ethical Markets fully support Dave Lauer and Healthy Markets and a proud to  partner with them and to  have Dave as a member of our global Advisory Board . Hi significant contribution to  our expert seminar ,November,2014 in New York City  on …

Crowdsourcing.org – Six Free Crowdfunding Guides

Six Free Crowdfunding Guides — Over the past few years, a number of platforms and consultants have put out pamphlets, blogs, and books about the keys to crowdfunding success. We share six free resources (focused on rewards-based crowdfunding) that project creators can turn to in order to get up to …

TEACH-IN: Techno-Utopianism & the Fate of the Earth

The International Forum on Globalization and the Techno-Utopia Project in collaboration with The International Center for Technology Assessment, The New York Open Center and The Schumacher Center for New Economics    presents       Saturday Oct. 25 10am to 10pm Sunday Oct. 26 10am to 7pm     The Great Hall of the Cooper …