This weekend a horde of entrepreneurs and business leaders will lay siege to New York’s financial district as part of the Kairos Global Summit. Over the next 48 hours, 350 student entrepreneurs will mingle with high-profile mentors in their field at the New York Stock Exchange, the United Nations (both partners of the summit) and the Rockefeller Estate in upstate New York to brainstorm practical solutions for a better future.
The Wall Street Journal reports on Humin. Read more below:
What if all of us had our own search engine for everyone with whom we have ever come in contact, no matter how trivial our interaction? And what if it already knew who they were, and served as a master contacts database for pretty much the entire world? And what if this service lived on all our devices, organizing the world according to people rather than places or things? In the car, you would tell it who you plan to meet. On your wrist, it’s a way to never forget a name. On your phone, well, it’s your phone.
Read the rest of the story at the Wall Street Journal.