On Monday, May 19, venture capitalist and entrepreneur Marc Andreessen joined The Atlantic at DC startup incubator 1776 for a conversation on Bitcoin, Silicon Valley, and the next wave of the internet. In a one-on-one interview with Editor-in-Chief James Bennet, Andreessen shared his thoughts on a wide range of topics, from his views on the future of education to the American surveillance state.
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Atlantic Exchange featuring
John Donvan and Caren Zucker
Our series of intimate interviews with prominent leaders continued as The Atlantic’s James Bennet hosted a conversation with John Donvan, Correspondent for ABC News' "Nightline," and Caren Zucker, Producer for ABC News and Co-Writer of the PBS series “Autism Now.”
The State of the Union and the Chance for Criminal Justice Reform
Our series of interviews with disruptive innovators and consequential political, community and business leaders continued with a discussion featuring Bob Goodlatte regarding the effort for bipartisan criminal justice reform.
Atlantic Exchange featuring Evan Burfield
Our series of intimate interviews with disruptive innovators and consequential political, community and business leaders continues with a discussion between Evan Burfield and Steve Clemons. This event is being presented in connection with the Washington Ideas Forum.
Confronting the Skills Gap: The Texas Experience
The Atlantic will bring together educators, employers and policy makers in Texas – one of the most diverse and economically prosperous states in the nation – for a discussion about workforce development efforts in the Lone Star State.
Early Childhood Education: The San Antonio Experience
The Atlantic will host Early Childhood Education: The San Antonio Experience, a Next America forum bringing together local and national leaders for a wide-ranging discussion about expanded access to full day pre-kindergarten in San Antonio and its national implications.
City Makers Summit
The Atlantic will explore how technological growth contributes to – or curtails – workforce development in dense urban areas. The day’s conversations will cover topics like job training and education, inequality and the rise of Dallas entrepreneurship and corporate innovation.