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My talks focus on simplifying the macro and micro future trends set to change consumers, businesses and economies in the near future.
“I really enjoyed the talk today, particularly the examples of apps and disruptors, I have taken down a whole list of them.” ~ Allan Dewar, BSG
“ It was a really good session, really eye-opening, there’s a lot of things I really need to look at in terms of where the world is and where it is going… There’s a lot I would take back to my workplace in terms of adjusting/aligning my workforce to where the world is heading, to the technology of it. There are some scary parts that I saw that are really worrying me and concerning me, especially when someone can take control of your life, if I may put it that way, but other than that the future is really exciting, we just need to make sure we align ourselves…” – Viwe Mkhaliphi, Blendwell Chemicals
Small changes can make big differences.
Simple experiments can yield complex results.
Through this blog, I explore the biggest ideas and unpack the most interesting questions I observe from my vantage point as one of life’s most enthusiastic spectators of Chaos Theory in action.
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Can robots have rights? Should robots have rights? These deceptively big questions regarding “roborights” are shaping up to be among the Big Issues debated by law makers, scientists, engineers, and philosophers in 2019 – and far into the future. I read David J. Gunkel’s Robot Rights to get a handle on where academia is “at” … Continue reading Robot Rights
“The pseudoscience of planning seems almost neurotic in its determination to imitate emphatic failure and ignore empire success.” – The Life and Death of American Cities Scale by Geoffrey West may not be the easiest read (it has a highly academic style, complete with lots of highly academic jabs at different academic fields – … Continue reading Scale