During the last NECSI Winter School, Stuart Kauffman (1) talked about economic growth and inequality as tightly together phenomena. His views on growth of complexity (economic or not) come from the adjacent possible — a theory saying that everything arises from the combinatorics of present and exiting components . Adjacent-posible production growth is explosive because of the underlying branching dynamics (2). We currently experience that acceleration widely since the industrial revolutions and the 20th century, as opposed to the history of humanity. …

Alfredo J. Morales

About complexity, society, data science and my country Venezuela

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