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22 Settembre
16:15 - 16:45
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THINKING
What is human and what is work in a superhuman future

How does the future work, the mechanics of change? What is the future of human work and our interactions with machines and each other? Is industrialization of space and 3d printed organs really a “thing”? What are the methods to innovate desirable futures? And most importantly; Who design the future?

We talk about change, but what are the mechanics and the dynamics behind it? How fast is it? What it means to be an innovator, is transforming faster than before, from classic product and service definition of the superficial to computational system design of everything, including social and political systems, deeply rooted in a space of challenges and promises between cutting edge tech and humanism. In an exponential and converging digital-fueled future, we design a relationship, a behavior, that the product will follow.

What comes before strategy? We love to act on strategies, derive tactics, execute and operate, it is our psychological bias, we love to do what we are good at. But how do we derive a strategy? From what point of view, what narratives, what build up a “Future fabric” that these narratives a woven from? And who does it in your enterprise? We will have a brief, high level look at how we build the future with these questions in mind, and also what we in our labs consider to be a desirable future of work, at least for the coming decade.

This exponential change is our innovation brief and the stakes are high, It is just too important to be left only to designers, or any single team. Technology is the human evolution, this creates a playground for “Human centered“-work, I call it “Humachine", a symbiosis between human creativity and empathy and machine intelligence, this opens new worlds for our imagination in a time when “now” has never been so temporary. Bringing these thoughts together we need to answer the question “What is human, and what is work in a superhuman future?”

 

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