Sep 10Liked by Marija Gavrilov, Azeem Azhar

My view is that the psychological spaces we need to create or amplify to deal with technological progress are those that are fundamentally human. Spaces that either exclude technology or for which it is peripheral and complementary - weddings, graduation ceremonies, Last Night At the Proms. The profoundly jolting and disorientating sense of progress can be complemented by reiterating, reprising and amplifying moments where humans can be together in shared social experiences. Not online.

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Sep 10Liked by Marija Gavrilov

The link between future preparedness and mental health is something that is being studied in futurist circles. We definitely need to equip our children and our selves with grounding mechanisms to weather the amount of exponential change. Striking how we have been less concerned with the automation of tasks but now that AI seems to be honing in on the knowledge economy (and social emotional economy tasks!) more people are getting skittish.

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