Thursday June 4, 2020

Sweden 2019: Brave new World

The speed at which new innovations like AI and nanotechnology are emerging means it is no longer even possible to predict what our future will look like. Swedish investor and futurist Nicklas Bergman - author of Navigating the Tech Storm, excerpted here - reminds us that it is on us to embrace the opportunities tech offers, while ensuring we use it ethically and don’t let it use us

2nd June, 2019
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Nicklas Bergman, author of Navigating the Tech Storm

Are we living, today, in a more exciting, dangerous, dismaying, encouraging time than any other in history? We really do not know, but we do know that each new era and technological paradigm shift presents particular challenges and opportunities. It is a constant struggle to keep up with the fast-changing times in which we live, and it is only a minor comfort to realise that, during the 19th century, humankind already felt left behind and...

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