Deepak Chopra sits down with leaders who have made substantial breakthroughs in technology that impact today’s advancements and our day-to-day operations. From our security to basic communication, One World Tech features the brains behind it all.
Michael Lazerow, digital pioneer and entrepreneur, informs Deepak of the two keys to the success he has experienced: Marrying the first person who loved him, and being able to recognize opportunity when it presents itself. He and his wife were both young and working in the dotcom world when they got married, and the two of them pursued all their endeavors together, including the creation Buddy Media Inc. Prior to that, Lazerow had established University Wire while he was a student at Northwestern. University Wire connected 700 campus newspapers online at a time before email existed. He ended up selling University Wire to CBS. Following the success of University Wire, Lazerow established Golf.com, which he eventually sold to Time Warner’s Time Inc. division. Lazerow recognizes that he was lucky to be coming of age concurrent with the dotcom boom, and is grateful that he was confident enough to optimize on the opportunities that manifested before him. Read more.Watch
America's Most Promising CEOs Under 35 and Top Entrepreneur in the Country under the Age of 30, Mophie inventor & Quirky Founder Ben Kaufman is bringing social product development & invention to the next level of accessibility.Watch
Fortune’s “40 under 40”, Slava Rubin revolutionized crowdsourcing by creating Indiegogo.com.. raising millions monthly through millions of their website visitors.Watch
In this episode Mick Ebeling and Deepak Chopra discuss the power of creativity in context to Mick’s EyeWriter and BrainWriter, as well as Project Daniel. Mick’s EyeWriter, considered by Time Magazine as the 50 Best Inventions, is an interface that allows those with full paralysis to communicate through the use of their eye movements. He also shares his current work with Not Impossible Labs. This nonprofit is an award-winning instigator of innovation and content creator, founded on the principle of Technology for the Sake of Humanity.Watch
Flickr, Evernote, Square, 23andMe, Esther Dyson is breaking boundaries in technology, business and philanthropy.Watch
As nearly every facet of our lives becomes more and more dependent on the sharing of data and information via the internet, we become increasingly vulnerable to virtual theft and breaches of privacy. With this new threat has come a demand for cyber security. David Gorodyansky is one of the savvy businessmen who are rising to meet that demand. His software security company, AnchorFree is responsible for creating to product ‘Hotspot Shield’ which became instrumental in fueling the dissemination of critical information during the Arab Spring. Read more.Watch
The son of an engineer, it would seem no big surprise that Shree followed in his father’s footsteps but that wasn’t necessarily the plan. He never said I should become an engineer, he wasn’t pushing me in that direction, he explained to Deepak in a recent sit down. But whenever things were broken at home, my dad fixed everything and so I grew up in that setting. I was often his sidekick. While not an overt push into the engineering field, those hours spent with his father had a great influence on his career choices later in life. Read more.Watch