How would we go about harnessing the collective intelligence of hundreds of cities, thousands of organizations, tens of thousands of entrepreneurs, policy-makers, researchers, and millions of individuals and their families to address a significant global challenge? And how indeed, if the topic was aging?
Aging2.0 announces the Caregiving Collective, its latest initiative to support innovators in aging around the world. This program, launched in partnership with digital innovation consulting company Shapeable, is building a data-driven insight, solutions and matchmaking platform that connects innovators with providers looking for next-generation and cost-effective solutions
How do we go about effectively tackling major complex global challenges such as climate change, rising inequality, obesity and dementia? One thing is for sure, it won’t be with the same mindsets, systems and tools that got us here.
What don’t you know that you need to know, and how do you know you don’t know? Imagine putting that into a search engine, expecting a coherent answer. The answers we seek are at the core of discovery and learning, motivated by necessity and pleasure, by job displacement, or leadership uncertainty in a complex and fast changing world. The process of learning requires a detailed knowledge of ourselves and of our world, whether a human or a machine is tasked to help.
We are moving into a deeply exciting age of ‘Intelligent Applications’. As cognitive computing gathers ground, heads of technology need to consider building ‘Cognition Management Platforms’ rather than Customer Relationship Management systems. So how to think about the new infrastructures that power them? What technologies are available? And how to resource for them?