FYI - For Your Innovation

Updated: 11 Aug 2022 • 7 episodes

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Chris Hayes & Cathie Wood 18 Mar 2022 • EN

Big Ideas 2022 with Cathie Wood and Chris Hayes

On this episode, we bring you an excerpt from our Big Ideas Summit 2022, which was presented live on January 25, 2022. MSNBC’s Chris Hayes interviews our CEO and CIO, Cathie Wood on a wide range of topics spanning all of our big ideas. Cathie shares insights into the world’s current climate of innovation and technology

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Tasha Keeney & Gary Vaynerchuk 01 Nov 2020 • EN

The Digital Economy with Gary Vaynerchuk

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Yassine Elmandjra & Hasu 19 Feb 2020 • EN

Bitcoin’s Security Model with Hasu

Eleven years since the creation of Bitcoin, its security model is still not agreed upon. Our guest today goes by the Twitter pseudonym Hasu (@hasufl), an independent cryptocurrency researcher who publishes work on the subject of non-sovereign money and has taken a recent interest in Bitcoin’s security model. We kick of

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James Wang & Cathie Wood 14 Jan 2020 • EN

Introduction to ARK’s Big Ideas 2020

Join James Wang as he interviews Cathie Wood (CEO and CIO at ARK Invest) on our recently published Big Ideas 2020 report. On this podcast Cathie will share her perspective on some of the biggest breakthroughs ARK believes should not be missed in the coming year.

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Tasha Keeney & Elon Musk 19 Feb 2019 • EN

On the Road to Full Autonomy With Elon Musk

Today we are thrilled to be in Fremont, CA with Tesla CEO Elon Musk. In this episode Tasha Keeney, Analyst at ARK Invest and Cathie Wood, Founder, CEO, and CIO at ARK Invest chat with Elon about the future of Tesla and autonomous driving. The podcast conversation kicks off by sizing the upcoming boom in global electric

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We are joined by our very own automation, energy, and space analyst, Sam Korus. Our topic of conversation is automation in the food industry and how robotics “in front and back of house” might change the industry. A simple reaction to more automated jobs is that it decreases the demand for human roles. However, Sam exp

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