On May 5, 2013 the U.S. Department of State, Stanford’s d.school, Unreasonable Group, and the Aspen Institute co-hosted a global gathering of select policy makers, entrepreneurs, and investors. The event was called, [email protected]. The goal? Explore how and why entrepreneurship, technology, and policy are key to solving the seemingly intractable challenges of our time. The event marked the culmination of our voyage around the world on Unreasonable at Sea.
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