Tan hace Venessa Miemis: ella hizo alusión que deberíamos mirar compañías que realzan la experiencia móvil, citando productos, como el Layar, un navegador de realidad aumentado, como un ejemplo. Estar delante de la curva de adopción ...
Desde esta perspectiva, destaco la aportación de Venessa Miemis en su blog emergent by design. Muy interesante. Las iniciativas que han surgido desde que está en marcha el mundo de la web social tales como 'inteligencia ...
In a recent article in The Economist, futurist Paul Saffo claims humanity’s overdue for a new god. He points out that throughout history, great new religions took shape during times characterized by uncertainty and social unrest, combined with an ability to spread compelling new ideas and world views virally.
And here we are today, he says, equipped with the Web as our communication channel, and a cultural climate bubbling with that same potential for something new to emerge. The article ends there, with only an image of worshippers gathered around an iPad to suggest where we might be placing our faith next.
It was just a prompt, but it’s made me wonder.. is this where we’re headed? Will the next “great” mythology be a story about how technology is going to save us? And can we do better?
If a new zeitgeist were to capture the minds of billions, what might it look like?
(Venessa Miemis: "this is my final paper for cybernetics class and for graduate school. it is a theoretical metalogue between myself and gregory bateson. many of his phrases and passages are pulled directly from the book Steps To An Ecology of Mind")
Venessa Miemis Re-Inventing Finance: An Emerging (Digital) Reformation Several months ago, I was invited by Sean Park to be a Venture Partner with Anthemis Group, a new financial services group with an aim to totally reinvent finance from the...
“Collective Intelligence (CI) is the capacity of human collectives to engage in intellectual cooperation in order to create, innovate, and invent.” - Pierre Levy + James Surowiecki + Mark Tovey
I wrote a post a few days ago, Is Twitter a Complex Adaptive System?, that proposed the idea that Twitter may be evolving into an entity of sorts, a collective intelligence. I’ve come across some new posts that are amplifying that meme, and I just want to keep the thoughtstream going.
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