Why we need dialogue and deliberation to regulate technology, the trouble with TED talks, and how Richard Thaler’s nudge principles can be used for good and bad
Tag : deep-listening
Job destruction, fake news, polarisation. Rapid advances in technology are blamed for these. Is that claim justified? Are other factors at play? Who will regulate technology?
This week: The power of design thinking in driving agility and a culture of learning
We live in polarised times. It leaves no room for middle ground. Either you’re good or bad. There is no room for nuance or discourse. What a pity!
This Week: Deep listening, filter bubbles, news and views on Aadhaar, the science of curiosity, automation, and data security
A meeting between the state government and the people in Jaipur demonstrates how a little thought to the format of a meeting can make a significant difference
Democracy is in peril with innovations in technology running too far ahead of innovations in democracy’s processes
The next turn for Indian e-commerce, Aadhaar and Budget 2017, listening deeply, and how to criticise with kindness
Independence Day Special
For India to progress faster to fulfil the needs of its citizens, Indians must overcome internal differences. They must discover the highest common factors in their multiple perspectives and aspirations; and listen to each other deeply to understand who ‘we’ are, and to shape ‘our’ future together