Listen to the full episode on iTunes (and please leave a rating to help the podcast reach more people): E42: Dr Philippa Malmgren. How to manage the next big thing (Dr P is a robot entrepreneur, presidential advisor, author…)
- A digital currency will likely kill the black economy, eradicate old debts and make taxation automatic.
- One of the most important topics in the world right now is the ubiquitous gathering of data.
- Your smart phone tracks which floor you work at in a building, your walking gaits to predict cardiac health (even without using fitness apps), physical use of space in a hotel room and emotional response to different videos and images on your phone (this is done through the camera in the phone).
- In the past this type of information wasn’t very useful by itself, however now artificial intelligence enables us to connect the dots.
- For example: Is the stretch of road you drive on prone to accidents? If so, you may be charged a higher insurance.
- Banks already use AI to predict when a divorce is coming in a household by looking at expenditures.
- Then they drag down the credit limit of the lower earning partner.
- Data will track your eating habits to see if you can be insured.
- The news we read are driven by the algorithm. We only get more of what we already read.
- It’s important to maintain diversity. By tracking everything and putting people into boxes we reduce diversity and force people to conform.
- Do one thing everyday that takes you out of your comfort zone and makes you more diverse. Walk new path to work, eat new food.
- You can’t have a civil society without a civil dialogue.
- The Chinese are building a computer with 1 million times the computational power of the planet to manage their social credit scoring system.
- With a powerful computer you can break other peoples codes: nuclear code, financial system code etc.
- The biggest danger for political leaders is that advisors and people close to them don’t say the truth.
- One of the most difficult skills is to write a memo to the president every single day. Half a page outlining the topic and a few options to choose from.
- Einstein said that creativity is the residue of time wasted.
- Operate at 80% efficiency everyday. If you’re operating at 100% there’s no mental space for emergencies or creative thinking.
- The creative solutions never happen when you’re working or in meetings. They happen during washing dishes, gardening etc.
- By operating at 100% efficiency you will experience more accidents and burn outs and less creativity.
- In companies, the culture is far more important than the strategy.
- In most companies, meetings are won by those who speak first and loudest.
- On average, men are often confident speaking up when they know 40-60% while women wait until they’re 100% certain and double checked everything.
- This leaves out many quiet yet potentially very useful voices.
- If you shift meetings to equal speaking time you also hear the quiet voices.
- Overall, the company culture should promote real competence over confidence.
- People shifted from wanting to buy things to buy experiences.
- We’re moving to experience based living instead because experiences last longer in the mind.
- The problem with inflation: Inflation is an average measure of a certain basket of goods. However, if your goods aren’t in that basket, the measure isn’t very useful to represent reality.
- The current data shows inflation yet everyone is talking about how they can’t afford rent and health care. Over time the anecdotal stories will show up in the future data.
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