The angel investor talks to Inc.'s Christine Lagorio-Chafkin about her investment decisions and why she can't stand redundancy.
The inefficiencies she saw in Russia and Eastern Europe helped inspire Esther Dyson to start investing.
Esther Dyson predicts that individuals tracking health data will ultimately change consumer and corporate behavior.
Esther Dyson talks about retiring on Mars and the problems that come with an excess of start-ups.
Esther Dyson discusses her current investments in the health technology industry and what she sees for the future.
Esther Dyson answers questions about her investments, the power of technology, redundancy and competition, and the evolution of start-ups.
INVENT Find Something That Hasn't Been Done9:58
QUANTIFY How Gamification Changes Behavior6:10
SPACE 'There Are Too Many Start-Ups'10:40
THE FUTURE 'Automate All the Boring Jobs'17:10
Q&A Redundancy Is Wasteful ... But You Need It17:01