Review, research and editing team: Catherine Ahearn, Chia Evers, Natalie Saltiel, Andre Uhl While I had long been planning to write a manifesto against the technological singularity and launch it into the conversational sphere for public reaction and comment, an invitation earlier this year from John Brockman to read and discuss The Human Use of Human Beings by Norbert Wiener with him and his illustrious group of thinkers as part of an ongoing collaborative book project contributed to the thoughts contained herein.
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The first ever Festival for New Economic Thinking is taking place in Edinburgh on 19-20 Oct 2017. It brings together people and organisations who are committed to advancing economic thought and inspiring change.
If people maintained and repaired their possessions, the world economy and the impact of human activity on the environment would be transformed
Opinion: There is no value creation unless there are consumers that are willing to share. And in this way, the future welfare and prosperity of industries and consumers depends on social currency.
My only regret is that we didn’t find minimalism sooner—that we wasted so much time, so many years, and so many resources. If I could do life over again, I would have embraced a minimalist life earlier.
What do Denmark, Costa Rica, and Singapore have in common? Their people feel secure, have a sense of purpose, and enjoy lives that minimize stress and maximize joy. Here’s how they do it.
We human beings still have the decisive advantage: the capacity to ask ourselves questions about the future of our world. And perhaps it ...