The Future, This Week
This popular ongoing series features Sandra Peter and Kai Riemer, who meet once a week to put their own spin on news that is impacting the future of business. Sandra is the Director of Sydney Business Insights and Kai is the Leader of the Digital Disruption Research Group and together they discuss technology, business, the weird and the wonderful things that change the world.
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This week: the speed, visibility and hype of generative AI, and goodbye.
The future of seafood with Aryé Elfenbein
Megaprojects and getting big things done with Bent Flyvbjerg
Generative AI and life advice for the future with Kevin Kelly
Platform capitalism with Cory Doctorow and Rebecca Giblin
Noise and other distractions with Daniel Kahneman
ChatGPT and generative AI
The 4-day work week with Juliet Schor
Best business books of 2022
Temu – Chinese apps going global
This week: we discuss lab-grown seafood and the future of fish with Wildtype Co-Founder, Aryé Elfenbein.
This week: a discussion with Bent Flyvbjerg on the factors that lead projects to fail, whether big or small, and the research-based principles that can make them succeed.
This week: we talk with Wired Magazine co-founder Kevin Kelly about artificial intelligence, group think, and excellent advice for living.
This week: we interview Rebecca Giblin and Cory Doctorow, authors of Chokepoint Capitalism, about how platforms capture value in creative markets.
This week: a special episode with Nobel Prize winner and renowned author, Professor Daniel Kahneman.
This week: Our ChatGPT and generative AI special. What is it? How does it work? What to do with it? Where to next?
This week: what if we all worked four days a week? We talk with Professor Juliet Schor about her research into the 4-day work week and the trials happening around the world.