6 Ways Emerging Technologies Can Connect Global Health, Innovation, Social Impact

PATH: 6 ways SXSW connects global health and innovation for social impact
Cassi Flint, executive and internal communications assistant; Ken Anderson, senior media relations associate; and Lippi Doshi, communications and digital advocacy officer, all at PATH, discuss emerging technologies seen at this year’s SXSW and outline “six ways [they] saw the intersection and fusion of global health, innovation, and impact at SXSW.” They highlight advances in digital technology, understanding the needs of the end user, the idea that technology is an “increasingly powerful enabler,” the role of partnerships, the role of arts and artists, and the use of virtual reality as a storytelling tool (3/17).

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