stories, strategy, thoughts and inspiration on art, data, AI, digital and a number of other things
A short interview with artist Nicolas Sassoon
A tour on the origins and presents of my polycircles collection.
The majority of NFTs are traded in blockchains that don't have a significant environmental impact. And they represent a true opportunity for all to achieve a better redistribution of wealth and prosperity.
A short interview with artist SVADA
Process vs. goals (execution vs. idea) is a non-debate. Both are important. You don't need to read the article, this is enough. But you can, it's very short (it's a shot!).
Recreating what we do with advanced technology using less sophisticated means may help us understand how the technological advances actually expand our total range of capabilities.
A short interview with artist p1xelfool
A collection of works exploring human-machine emotional interaction, in the form of an article + 4 #cleannfts
A short interview with artist Orfhlaith Egan / @orlainberlin
A short interview with artist Stevie J Jones / @1x1_NFT
A short interview with artist Bjorn Calleja.
We need to pause and reflect on how we experience the content we love. Baking the need for effort/friction into services increases the reward. Let's savour life and help others do as well.
Curation in the age of massive scale digital platforms is a challenge, but full of opportunities to nurture human growth with the help of new technologies.
The way we architect what we do influences the total space of possibilities that we can reach in that activity. It is critical to understand this when dealing with our expectations regarding AI, organizational changes and, in general, the things we do and love.
The craze of NFTs in art signals deep impact in everything we do. Decentralized, transparent, no-trust is sure to be in your life, sooner or later.
Before you commit to a strategy for whichever activity you set out to do, invest in exploring and learning first so you are prepared to understand what every step means.
"Capturing" value sounds... not too right. How about we start measuring what we do in terms of what is created and shared?
Appropriate Response by Quasimondo / Mario Klingemann helps us reflect on how we interact with our everyday algorithms and how important it is to make them compatible with our emotional beings.
While we enjoy global conversations with unprecedented scale and reach, our platforms are far from enabling a greater understanding. There is growing preoccupation around the polarization of thought, but platforms still have the power to be the greatest tools for the universal evolution of thought.
As AIs gain reach and complexity, unexpected & unkown behaviours shall appear. What do we do with that?