While the past favored those who could retain and process information efficiently, the future belongs to those who can imagine a better world and work with others to make it happen.
‘s insight:Very inspiring piece which reminds me of the Humanrithm concept we developed at Scoop.it: as technology develops, humans have to adapt. As great content curators show, when filtering is a process that can be automated, two things happen: – success comes by using a combination of automation and human judgement (like the amateur chess players who beat the supercomputer in the article) – there is a shift of value towards building meaningful connexions around content with a human touch. Messages for all of us humans? Don’t try to be a robot but focus on what makes us humans: relationships. Let’s build our communities of interest!
See on www.forbes.com
Well I’m Off MWAAH
Nighty night sweeties 😉