In my recent book Quick and Dirty Answers to the Biggest of Questions, I describe how Creative Systems Theory helps us address all manner of “ultimate questions”—big picture concerns that in times past have tended to leave us baffled. … Read More
I’ve touched on the gifts and curses nature of AI In several previous podcasts and articles. Here I more specifically detail the dangers and more directly tie needed actions to culturally mature understanding. Print Version: Pertinent Links: Techno-brilliance and Techno-stupidity … Read More
In my recent book Quick and Dirty Answers to the Biggest of Questions, I describe how Creative Systems Theory helps us address all manner of “ultimate questions”—big picture concerns that in times past have tended to leave us baffled. In … Read More
As a futurist, my primary focus is the human dimension. I often write about new technologies, but when I do, my comments have to do with how we best understand them and apply them—in short, with how to use new … Read More
The Creative Systems Theory concept pf Transitional Absurdity describes how a lot that we can find most disturbing—indeed ludicrous—in our time is predicted by how change in human systems works. It is an essential tool for the culturally mature leader’s … Read More
This podcast examines how our modern age concept of the individual stops short of what it means to be a person and the implications if a more complete—more systemic—understanding of identity
This podcast examines how social/political differences have deeper origins than we tend to assume and the implications for debate and effective decision-making
This podcast provides a big-picture overview of the concept of Cultural Maturity. Think of it as an introductory speech for people not yet familiar with the concept and its implications.
This podcast examines how the application of simple risk assessment principles makes clear that the climate change debate is in fact over. It also examines the implications of needed more mature leadership and perspective.
This podcasts examines how today’s highly polarized debate with regard to immigration is a product of not addressing the issue in larger enough (sufficiently systemic) ways.