Mark Minevich

Mark Minevich

Principal Going Global Ventures and AI /Digital Expert

Mark Minevich is the principal of Going Global Ventures, a cognitive AI strategist and expert and venture Capitalist. Minevich is a senior advisor/fellow affiliated with UNOPS, G20/B20, Council on Competitiveness, IPSoft, BCG, SwissCognitive, Bootstrap Labs, AI Capital and Hanaco VC.

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How Can the U.S. Government and Private Enterprise Work Together to Reinvent Cybersecurity?

Here are some ways that you and your business can help spark much-needed change in the cybersecurity space.

In Technology, Entrepreneurs Must Take the Biggest Shots to Make the Biggest Gains

Here's how "moonshot thinking" can transform entrepreneurship - and three areas it could benefit the most.

5 Ways to Prepare Your Business for the Future of Work

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Why We Need More Women in STEM and How AI Could Help Us Get There

Though specialized STEM programs for girls are a step in the right direction, we need to make a leap. Here are four actionable ideas.

How Entrepreneurs Can Take on the Future of Aging Using Artificial Intelligence

Here are some of the biggest business opportunities associated with the future of aging.

How Entrepreneurs Can Capitalize on 3 Industries Primed for Disruption

A company that can block pain in the human body? A collaborative, machine learning platform to help farmers increase crop yields? How can you get in on this action?

3.5 Million Jobs Are on the Verge of Extinction. Here's How Entrepreneurs Can Save the Future.

To be one of those entrepreneurs and make the money that can be made, here are the four questions to ask yourself.

Here's How to Save the Planet and Make a Profit

You don't have to be Captain Planet to save the planet for future generations -- and you can make a profit doing it.

How America-First Entrepreneurs Can Combat the Effects of Outsourcing

Large corporations may employ huge numbers, but the reality is that small businesses collectively have a lot of power. By banding together to create strong networks of innovation and competition, entrepreneurs can positively impact the American economy.

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