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Humane Economics and The Mathematics of Martin Buber’s “I and Thou”

By David Nordfors / July 1, 2015 / Comments Off on Humane Economics and The Mathematics of Martin Buber’s “I and Thou”
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(By David Nordfors) My latest TechCrunch column, Moving The Economy Beyond The Turing Test And Man Vs. Machine, describes the “Humane Economy”. It’s one step beyond the “people-centered economy” that maximizes the market value of people (as an alternative to the “task centered economy” that minimizes the cost of tasks) that I looked at in The Untapped $140 Trillion Innovation … Read moreHumane Economics and The Mathematics of Martin Buber’s “I and Thou”

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Finding the intersection of human and idea

By Jay Van Zyl / April 3, 2015 / Comments Off on Finding the intersection of human and idea
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As we reflect on the Innovation for Jobs Summit that brought together some brilliant minds from around the world, it highlighted the fact that ecosystems form an important part of shaping new innovations. David Nordfors and Jay van Zyl embarked on a journey that is still in it’s infancy, but resulted in this: Creating the first … Read moreFinding the intersection of human and idea

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