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Why everyone should have a basic income

Guy Standing

Why everyone should have a basic income

2017-02-24 23:52

Have you ever feared that moment of economic insecurity? Encountered some unpredictable event, lost a job or simply just left the university not knowing what’s to come. Guy Standing talks about how flexible economic practices create conditions of uncertainty and unpredictability in our life, we might soon face a disruption of the whole economic system. He shows how basic income can be vital and affordable tool to respond to the changing world of work.

Why everyone should have a basic income
Why am I here? Discover Your Personal & Professional Mission

David Anderson

Why am I here? Discover Your Personal & Professional Mission

2017-02-17 23:01

Growing up we most likely all heard that we need to find our passion, follow our dreams and make a difference in the world. Yet, the majority of us feels that we are not living up to our full potential. David shares his wisdom on how one can create passion rather than find it. He remindes us that sometimes we even have to deal with the obstacles and disruptive events in our life to find the true success and get back on the track to change the world.

Why am I here? Discover Your Personal & Professional Mission
What if your mind and body were disrupted?

Cathy Kwanten

What if your mind and body were disrupted?

2017-02-07 18:40

Cathy was born a boy. However, she slowly became aware that she simply didn’t feel right in her own body. People change lots of things, they dye their hair, build up muscles, enlarge their breasts, change their jobs, move from country to country, change their partners but changing your gender is still considered a huge taboo.

What if your mind and body were disrupted?
Will AI outsmart humans?

Mateja Jamnik

Will AI outsmart humans?

2017-02-01 18:39

Drones, driverless cars, robots that look and think like human… May intelligent systems really pose a threat to humans one day? Mateja addresses this question from a scientific perspective and talks about how the enormous amounts of data we have today can possibly allow machines to think indistinguishably from a human. She argues her faith in artificial intelligence as a supportive and effective system in the hands of human experts. 

Will AI outsmart humans?
Where to find disruptive ideas

Dhairya Dand

Where to find disruptive ideas

2017-01-24 09:22

What does disruption mean to you? Dhairya’s response would most likely be “disruption is not what happens to you, it is how you respond to what happens to you”. By observing his environment, Dhairya generates quite unusual ideas such as shoes that guide you to your destination or to touchscreens that stretch and bend.

Where to find disruptive ideas
Is there a new Earth out there?

Katja Poppenhaeger

Is there a new Earth out there?

Is there a new Earth out there?

Guy Standing

Why everyone should have a basic income

Have you ever feared that moment of economic insecurity? Encountered some unpredictable event, lost a job or simply just left the university not knowing what’s to come. Guy Standing talks about how flexible economic practices create conditions of uncertainty and unpredictability in our life, we might soon face a disruption of the whole economic system. He shows how basic income can be vital and affordable tool to respond to the changing world of work.

David Anderson

Why am I here? Discover Your Personal & Professional Mission

Growing up we most likely all heard that we need to find our passion, follow our dreams and make a difference in the world. Yet, the majority of us feels that we are not living up to our full potential. David shares his wisdom on how one can create passion rather than find it. He remindes us that sometimes we even have to deal with the obstacles and disruptive events in our life to find the true success and get back on the track to change the world.

Cathy Kwanten

What if your mind and body were disrupted?

Cathy was born a boy. However, she slowly became aware that she simply didn’t feel right in her own body. People change lots of things, they dye their hair, build up muscles, enlarge their breasts, change their jobs, move from country to country, change their partners but changing your gender is still considered a huge taboo.

Mateja Jamnik

Will AI outsmart humans?

Drones, driverless cars, robots that look and think like human… May intelligent systems really pose a threat to humans one day? Mateja addresses this question from a scientific perspective and talks about how the enormous amounts of data we have today can possibly allow machines to think indistinguishably from a human. She argues her faith in artificial intelligence as a supportive and effective system in the hands of human experts. 

Dhairya Dand

Where to find disruptive ideas

What does disruption mean to you? Dhairya’s response would most likely be “disruption is not what happens to you, it is how you respond to what happens to you”. By observing his environment, Dhairya generates quite unusual ideas such as shoes that guide you to your destination or to touchscreens that stretch and bend.

Katja Poppenhaeger

Is there a new Earth out there?

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