Stanford professor and Singularity University vice president Vivek Wadhwa talks about immigration, discrimination and the exponential growth of technology.
Washington needs to make it easier for entrepreneurs to bid on government jobs in order to promote innovation that would help the entire economy.
Vivek Wadhwa explains the need for more green cards and the obstacles blocking immigration reform.
Vivek Wadhwa talks about how Indian entrepreneurs went from outsiders to mainstream and how other groups, especially women, could do the same.
Vivek Wadhwa explains that when venture capitalists talk about pattern recognition, they're legitimizing discrimination.
Singularity University is based on the idea that the exponential growth and convergence of technology offer the chance to change the world.
ECONOMY Washington Needs to Get Out of the Way0:00
IMMIGRATION There Aren't Enough Green Cards0:00
WOMEN IN TECH 'It's a Frat Club Gone Wild in Silicon Valley'0:00
FUNDING 'Pattern Recognition Is Another Name for Racism and Sexism'0:00
CONVERGENCE A Chance to Solve the Problems of Humanity0:00