The New Dawn of Disruptive Technologies
From prosthetic devices and bionics to 3D printing and robotics, innovations in health technology have already transformed lives, and are on the brink of changing countless more. Some of these remain luxuries of the few that can afford them, while others are finding enormous markets at the bottom of the pyramid. How can organizations overcome distribution challenges, regulation hurdles, and the limitations of traditional markets to serve those most in need? Are venture capitalists, philanthropies, governments, and others willing to make the commitment for that to happen?
Festival: 2014

Audio/Video: Innovations

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