Our current economic rules encourage the allocation of gains to consumers and financial shareholders, and the losses to workers and taxpayers. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Tim O’Reilly has a history of convening conversations that reshape the computer industry. If you’ve heard the term “open source software” or “web 2.0” or “the Maker movement” or “government as a platform” or “the WTF economy,” he’s had a hand in framing each of those big ideas. He is the founder, CEO, and Chairman of O’Reilly Media, and a partner at early stage venture firm O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures (OATV). He is also on the boards of Maker Media (which was spun out from O’Reilly Media in 2012), Code for America, PeerJ, Civis Analytics, and PopVox. His book, WTF: What’s the Future and Why It’s Up to Us, was released by Harper Collins in October 2017.
If we let machines put us out of work, it will be because of a failure of imagination and the will to make a better future.
Exploring the rise of conversational interfaces, how AI will change the way programmers create software, and open source tools for AI and machine learning.
A conversation about Universal Basic Income with John Maynard Keynes and Paul Buchheit.
Announcing the second annual Next:Economy Summit.
Introducing the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference.
OSCON is where independent developers and enterprise users find the knowledge and inspiration to work on things that matter.
We have to stop telling ourselves that we are forced by the market to outsource jobs—we have a choice.
Tim O'Reilly and Mike Bracken explore the relationship between effective design and government service.
How do you think about the future as a designer? Tim O'Reilly and Nest Labs CEO Tony Fadell explore that question and more in this conversation.
How to spot a Next:Economy company.
Sports show us the impact a superstar can have on the success of a team. But it's the team with the most superstars that wins.
Exploring the economic shift led by software and connectedness.
There’s another kind of unicorn: The breakthrough, once remarkable, that becomes taken for granted
Should algorithmic pricing be the norm rather than the exception?
Retailers face another existential threat.
Managers and workers benefit when both have access to data and control.
A look at the economic shift led by software and connectedness.
What do on-demand services, AI, and the $15 minimum wage movement have in common?
From Solid Conference 2015: O'Reilly Media founder Tim O'Reilly talks to Megan Smith, CTO, United States Government.