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Highlights from Next:Economy 2016

At Next:Economy 2016, business leaders, policy makers, and technologists charted a course from the economy we experience today to an economy that brings prosperity to all. Business leaders, policy makers, and technologists came together in San Francisco for the O'Reilly Next:Economy Summit 2016. Below you'll find links to highlights from the event. On-demand drone delivery for blood and medicine Keller Rinaudo's company, Zipline, is using on-demand technology and drones to deliver medical supplies to areas with poor infrastructure and transportation.
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