It’s difficult to imagine the world without mobile phones and internet. The manner in which people consume data is defining a new way of living. The new innovations are radically changing the way we live, shop and do our businesses. Startups are becoming verbs, these verbs are defining our actions, our consumption and our working.
In this video, Michael Monynihan, managing editor of Vice magazine, argues, if these rising companies are keeping people’s best interest in mind and innovating for a global gain or are they just helping the upper 1% to distinguish themselves from others and creating more wealth for themselves?
This video is a discussion on how the Silicon Valley startups run – to understand if startups are helping or hurting us. The video was shared by VICE News on its Youtube Channel