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Nudging Your Worldview

When was the last time you experienced or read something that changed how you view the world? Changed it so much that you took note of it? How we see and experience the world is a fluid thing, an amalgamation … Continue reading

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Embracing the Unknown

Think about how much people – humanity, collectively – know today. The base of knowledge, and what we can do with it, is impressive. Yet we act as if it’s not; many great achievements of humanity go unnoticed or unappreciated. … Continue reading

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What if the techno-utopians are wrong? In search of alternative narratives.

What do you think when you think about the future? Do you think about the future? Most people don’t all that often, but the topic is hard to escape amidst today’s future-focused rhetoric. It’s all about innovating for the future, … Continue reading

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Data-Driven Bad & why we need to raise our game

The term ‘data-driven’ is today used almost exclusively in a positive tone; perhaps because it implies logic or decisions that are somehow based on impartial facts (nb. even though data != facts nor is it impartial). But there’s a substantially … Continue reading

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