Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

September 2018


Fear of technology not new, but history says humans prevail

Admit it: Somewhere in the back of your head, you’re worried that artificial intelligence will somehow triumph over your own above-average intelligence.

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Young companies from many sectors have opportunities to woo investors

Known to many I-94 travelers as the exit with an outlet mall, the Wisconsin village of Johnson Creek will take on a different identity this fall when the first “AgTech Venture Day” draws a mix of investors and young companies to town.

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Is Wisconsin drawing more millennials? Some signs point that way

One of Wisconsin’s lagging economic indicators over recent decades has been “net migration,” the term for describing the numerical difference between how many people move away from the state versus those who move in.

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As Wisconsin’s corporate ‘new kid,’ Foxconn motivating right playmates

At the lakeside unveiling of a $100-million corporate venture fund, the chairman of the Foxconn Technology Group said he was pleased, as the “new kid on the block,” to be a part of a team that included Advocate Aurora, Johnson Controls, and Northwestern Mutual.

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal.



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