While finding out your latest brain baby is a vitamin might be a bitter pill to swallow, like any unfavourable diagnosis it’s best to know early. Such was the case with a recent endeavour, I thought I’d share the tools that helped me learn quickly – and relatively painlessly – that my idea – Selfdi – was not hot. Check out these five amazing tools to help you find out
Join us in part two of our marvelous conversation with Dr. Genevieve Bell, full-time anthropologist, and part-time futurist, as we explore ideas, technology and the futures we create.
If you haven’t checked out part one, you might want to do that. In this the second part of our conversation, Genevieve speaks lyrically about the global dance of ideas and shares her thoughts on artificial intelligence.
It was a privilege and a pleasure to speak with Genevieve and I sincerely hope you enjoy it.
Join us on this marvelous conversation with Dr. Geinieve Bell, full-time anthropologist, and part-time futurist, as we explore ideas, technology and the futures we create.
In Part One you can look forward to exploring how as a species we fear our own technological creations, how Science Fiction shapes our collective consciousness and a really neat story about a duck.
It was a privilege and a pleasure to speak with Genevieve, in fact so much of a pleasure that we had to divide our conversation into two parts so that you could enjoy it all.
You can connect with Genevieve @feraldata
I have been asked to facilitate an innovation ideation session to get as many ideas as possible. Personally, words like ideation make me squirm a bit, in the same way that Richard Rumelt warns us to detect ‘fluff’ in bad strategy, ‘ideation’ has a whiff of fluff about it. So let’s cut through the ‘fluff’ What does any company want to achieve, what’s the carrot at the end of the
Swiped the page on the final chapter of Ashlee Vance’s ‘Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future’ and I am not sure what I think. While reading, I highlighted passages, going back through them, I’m no closer to having settled on an opinion. Usually opinions settle on me quickly and with force, I say, ‘ hated it,’ ‘loved it’. I am feeling the kind of unease
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Dr Jeffrey Tobias said, ‘big companies are trying to be small companies, and small companies are trying to be big companies.’ What does that mean? For large companies, they want speed, they want to realise return on investment sooner. For small companies, they want capital and amplification. When you think of a large enterprise, what do you think? Chances are you think: cumbersome process, evergreen politics, and most of all,
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