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We-Guild: The Social Safety Network

We-Guild is a way for self-employed people to get sick-pay. A trust-based network of mutual support where everyone you trust chips in when you need it in exchange of you chipping in for them when they need it. Watch the video if you haven’t already and check the rest of the info on this site. Video: We-Guild, YouTube​

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A Q&A Session with Douglas Ruskhkoff

Douglas Rushkoff, author and host of Team Human recently held a Q&A session at Quora. Here are his answers: Will there be limits to what artificial intelligence will be able to “know” in the future? I like Michael’s answer. It reminds me of Godel’s theorem. I have a much more pedestrian view of these things.... Continue reading

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4s Open Panel: Commoning Knowledge: Regeneration Through S&T

Our colleague Maywa Montenegro will be leading this panel in the upcoming 4S New Orleans Conference Maywa Montenegro, University of California, Davis Alastair Iles, University of California, Berkeley Akos Kokai, University of California, Berkeley The privatization of public knowledge has become endemic to 21st century times. From corporate battles over drug patents to seed wars,... Continue reading

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[Call for abstracts] Post-automation? Exploring democratic alternatives to Industry 4.0

“An international research symposium, 11-13 September 2019, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, UK About the Symposium We are delighted to invite proposals for papers for the International Research Symposium on Post-Automation? Towards Democratic Alternatives to Industry 4.0, taking place at the Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, 11-13 September 2019. The Symposium... Continue reading

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Kate Raworth: Doing Business in the Doughnut

Article republished from weforum.org, video from Youtube- Nesta For any business that is searching for a 21st century compass, try this idea on for size. Let’s call it a ‘Doughnut‘. Its worldwide goal is to ensure that no-one is left in the central hole, falling short on life’s essentials, while simultaneously ensuring that human activity... Continue reading

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