Steering away from dangerous waters: toxic culture in the workplace and how we learn to consciously collaborate

One of the biggest changes in my recent life has to have been the move from working with others out of circumstance, to choosing the people I work with and circumstances in which I work with them. It’s a trend that started when I co-founded my first project and company while I was in my full-time job, and the stark contrast between collaboration conditions have stayed with me ever since.

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Science needs hacking: to keep it open, mutating and evolving

The way we create technology, do business, access education, and more is rapidly changing. We need science, and the way its done, to keep evolving, if we don't want it to get left behind. Millenials want to be part of the world that is built through collaboration, sharing, open-source and rapidly permuting to deliver solutions to our biggest problems. Let's not leave science behind.

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Work, Love and Life When Robots Rule The World...

 

After a lot of positive feedback on the discussion of robots, AI and the future of our world below, I thought I'd publish some more links and thoughts related to similar subjects, and point out some opportunities to read and discuss more. If my last post inspired you, then consider joining London Futurists who host regular meet ups to discuss more around these kind of topics.

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The school curriculum: limiting the evolution of education

School. Some of us love it, some of us hate it - and most of us just have good and bad days. Whatever your preference, globally it is still widely accepted that the most beneficial way to teach our children about the world is to send them to school. It’s the done thing, and most of us send our kids away to school without asking too many questions. And while there does exist a bit of freedom in choice of which school we send our young people to, what they get taught there is almost entirely out of our hands.

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