The Power of Innovation
October 6, 2013 Editor 0
Innovation for the 21st century means a break from previous practice, framing, imagining and combining ideas or processes in new ways.
Video and excerpt of Rockefeller Foundation president Judith Rodin’s keynote address on innovation at the Independent Sector National Conference.
We have a proud record of innovation to build on: launching the field of public health; funding the scientists who would develop the yellow fever vaccine; supporting the conference that would launch the field of artificial intelligence; and breeding the crops that would spark the Green Revolution and feed a billion people in Latin America and South Asia.
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