Our Cover Library

Innovation & Tech Today has had many great cover stories over the years. Scroll through our library to see where we’ve been.

“In my family, I’m the one who went off this way into the arts, but it’s funny that the “brain” in me wants to figure out the science of how things work.”

Olivia Munn, Fall 2018

“Passion is an unmatched fuel. Add being happy to that and you have a wonderful formula for good health.”

Gary Vaynerchuk, Summer 2018

“I always enjoy taking on the roles that are nothing like me. Because, I’m obviously not a villain in a hyper-fictionalized story, so my thought process is more complicated.”

Neil Patrick Harris, Spring 2018

“Be an apprentice for two years. Take a sector you like and go work in it and prove to the people there that run a real business that you’re a great value to them. This is something that Europeans do very well.”

Kevin O’Leary, Winter 2017

“That really is the great thing about the technology. You can play in a very nuanced way. You’re not stuck behind a mask, layers of prosthetic makeup, where you’d have to fight through all those artifacts. You’re able to really play the internal creature, the character. It’s always about finding the human connection to them, how you choose to anthropomorphize those roles.”

Andy Serkis, Fall 2017

“I love to create. Business is a very creative process. And I’m an opportunity-driven guy, and when I see an opportunity, I want to create something great. For me, it’s always about pushing yourself, trying to be better, looking at the things that scare you.”

Robert Herjavec, Summer 2017

“I feel like, with me, with all my ventures, I use the one hand washes the other, both hands wash the face concept. I don’t get into one thing that doesn’t help the other, or go into something else that will stall me from getting more active in something else. Every piece of business is connected somehow, whether it’s from music to film, to philanthropy to actual business. Everything has to flow and flow together .”

Akon, Spring 2017

“Perhaps subconsciously there is some kind of connection with these characters that are trying to carve a different story for themselves, perhaps, than what’s expected of them. I’m interested in characters that are curious about themselves, and I think that because of that I’ve often played characters that are on this particular journey of self.”

Scarlett Johansson, Winter 2016

“I’m very humbled and appreciative of what I have been able to accomplish thus far in my career, but I’m also not a person to sit back and be content with what I have. At the end of the day, when it’s all said and done, I want the last name Hart to be something my kids will be proud of.”

Kevin Hart, Winter 2016

“Boom. A doctor appears on your wallpaper. Robo-Doc! Robo-Doc is artificially intelligent. You talk to it; it accesses the Internet, speaks to you in plain English, and gives you a diagnosis that’s pretty accurate, right there in your home.”

Dr. Michio Kaku, Fall 2016

“It’s the first thing that’s come along that’s given me hope in this whole process in the last couple of years – the fact that there is a significant dialogue between Obama and Xi, and that the two presidents have made specific commitments to address climate change, the biggest crisis of our time.”

James Cameron, Winter 2015