Nathaniel Krasnoff speaks at Horasis Global Meeting

PUBLISHED BY Wildcat Venture Partners

May 5, 2018

The annual Horasis Global Meeting is one of the world’s foremost gatherings of business leaders who interact with key government officials and eminent thought leaders. The Horasis community of more than 400 selected world leaders from 70 countries gathered for an unparalleled experience advancing solutions to the most critical challenges facing corporations and societies today. Participants including, Nathanial Krasnoff, shared insights on the following topics:

Labor Markets  Robots can offer strong support physically and potentially mentally to our world of work and they do not ask for wages.  How might this affect labor markets as they disrupt traditional patterns of work, education needs, and possibly increase dis-connected self-employment?  How can we inspire the unemployed to re-engage with society?

Inspiring Robots Robots are machines with embedded computers so theoretically we are in control.  Computer power is enormous so ‘control’ has become a concept, a memory.  How can we ensure robots work for us to deliver their enormous benefits?  Or should we all become modern-day Luddites?

Rethinking Capitalism For too long most of the global population has suffered wage erosion.  Why is this?  What hinders enterprise owners, slowing the capital investments needed to make staff more efficient and effective?  Why do social media criticize but never suggest how to rebuild?  Ought we to reposition capitalism?

Date:  May 5, 2018 – May 8, 2018

Location:  Cascais, Portugal

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