Of course you’re right, Stelio Verzera actually made a very similar point on the letting go the identity. I think we’ve still to understand how far the ‘edge’ of identity can be pushed to incorporate the whole!
Thanks so much for reading, commenting and for your kind words!
Another great point/bifurcation here: the future is surely be less about rent-seeking (as basic CAPEX for new business is plummeting) but is is also going to be less meritocratic? (unlikely imho). Are investors going to change shape? Probably yes, also in line with a reshaping of the concept of merit, wealth (in a more complex, connected, more liable, world).
Often businesses (or organizations) create, kickstart and partially run these networks.
It’s going to be fascinating to see where the trade off will sit, and how the two models (capturing value vs let value flow).
Ciao Bruce, thanks for your comment. Actually we explained our views on the topic here in this post:
Design for Interconnectedness
Thanks Khalid Al Madani always great points from you. Of course if there’s one company that can probably question the assumption that AI can actually be contextual / emphatic / caring is probably Google. And once Google gets it everyone in the world gets it (ecosystem). But I still think that the key value is not (only) the value traded but the value…
Occhio a non vedere un dualismo tra tecnologia e umanità, poiché esse sono in contatto diretto e si influenzano di continuo. E occhio a non banalizzare la “tecnologia” e dargli il ruolo di capro espiatorio: cosa sarà poi mai questa tecnologia? Dobbiamo imparare a descrivere quello di cui parliamo, ci aiuta a capirlo.