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From climate tech to neuroscience, the latest group of Technology Pioneers blends entrepreneurial spirit with surprising science. One hundred up-and-coming tech companies have just become World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers.
This year’s group include leaders in cybersecurity and robotics, as well as others using artificial intelligence to address gaps in healthcare and financial access.
El Salvador, Ethiopia and Zimbabwe are presented for the first time, while more than 30% of the selected companies are led by women.
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From artificial intelligence to healthcare to fintech, the latest group of World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers blends entrepreneurial spirit with science and engineering to tackle global problems head on.
The 2021 cohort of young and growing tech companies includes “many future headline makers at the forefront of their industries,” says Susan Nesbitt, Head of the Forum’s Global Innovators Community, which will facilitate workshops and high-level discussions for the pioneers over the next two years. The social innovators are selected for being cutting-edge players with “great potential to not only shake up their industries but offer real solutions to global problems,” she explains.Launched in 2000, the Technology Pioneer community is composed of early to growth-stage […]