Watch David Kraft's conversation with RWJF's Paul Tarini.
Why RWJF Cares
Technology holds huge potential for removing the pain points we all experience in today’s world of health care. We invited Daniel to talk with us because he understands how emerging and exponential technologies can accelerate change.“
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We talked with Daniel Kraft to explore the potential of exponential technologies. Kraft shares that we shouldn't just predict the future and wait for it's arrival but to get out there and try integrating new tools and create the future.
Senior Program Officer Paul Tarini reflects on Daniel Kraft's visit to the Foundation and shares that "Daniel's visit also left me with the idea that change won't happen until it happens. We need to let the connections and contexts of emerging technologies play themselves out. When there are enough converging technologies, with enough penetration, we will get to the tipping point for transformative change."Read more
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