Why SQL Needs Software Libraries

George Fraser and Derrick Harris

Fivetran CEO George Fraser discusses the lack of software libraries for SQL, and how enabling them through a platform like dbt could change data analysis.

Building for the 99% Developers

Jean Yang

Effectively building and buying software means understanding that most developers work with legacy code, slow processes, and a mishmash of frameworks.

How to Use Massive AI Models (Like GPT-3) in Your Startup

Elliot Turner

How startups and smaller entities can take advantage of large foundation models, like GPT-3 and BERT, to kickstart their AI and machine learning efforts.

Building American Dynamism

Katherine Boyle

To stave off national stagnation and decline in a post-COVID world, technologists need to build companies that tackle America's biggest problems head-on.

The Brazen Strategy Behind China Tech’s Growth

Rui Ma

Taking a page from China's relentless willingness to experiment with core apps.

The World Needs a New Protocol for Global Travel

Parag Khanna

The passport of the future should be an app based on skills and health rather than nationality. This can boost opportunities for billions of people.

Global Shipping Infrastructure and the Ever Given

Ryan Petersen

The world watched when a container ship blocked the Suez Canal. Amid a frenzy of global trade demand, the world’s shipping infrastructure is starting to break.

Technology Saves the World

Marc Andreessen

We are coming out of COVID years early, with much preserved, compared to what we had any right to expect. And overwhelming credit goes to the tech industry.

A Marshall Plan to Solve the Global Vaccine Shortfall

Caleb Watney

While COVID-19 vaccinations in the U.S. are continuing apace, calls are growing for a more ambitious strategy to rapidly vaccinate the entire world, and especially in developing nations. Legal proceedings around this issue were trigger...

How the Great Zoom Migration Upended the Housing Market

Alex Rampell

By decoupling employment from location, COVID has spurred one of the most profound changes in real estate in the last 100 years. The effects are far-reaching.