Ray Kurzweil: Innovation und Wachstum

Der Erfinder und Visionär Ray Kurzweil sprach beim 4. Dresdner Zukunftsforum über die Auswirkungen des technischen Fortschritts auf unser Leben.

4. Dresdner Zukunftsforum > Ray Kurzweil from Dresden Future Forum on Vimeo.


Es gibt 9 Kommentare zum Artikel “Ray Kurzweil: Innovation und Wachstum”.

  1. RalfLippold (15.07.2010, 08:19 Uhr)

    Awesome to have met Ray in Dresden. Abstracting his thoughts to more general topics, such as building learning organizations, diffusion of technologies through use in culture into business will be the challenges that are not obvious at first.

    Thinking in outlandish ways (as PeterDiamandis calls it) creates the “creative tension” (coined by RobertFritz, here one recent article by him: http://bit.ly/aZ1qQW) that is driving humans into a state of exploring new territories of doing.

    Looking forward to spark the conversation about the emerging future that has just begun.

  2. RalfLippold (30.07.2010, 07:24 Uhr)

    At MIT it started with the work of JayForrester and other visionaries, but see for yourself:


    BTW, JayForrester has been the inventor of the early RAM.

  3. RalfLippold (30.07.2010, 09:38 Uhr)

    …. Moore’s Law in the beginning started with early RAM


    Now it is “Buried Line”, invented in Dresden by Qimonda, now manufactured elsewhere in the world.

    Early movers have a tough life.

  4. RalfLippold (30.07.2010, 09:40 Uhr)
  5. RalfLippold (09.08.2010, 23:22 Uhr)

    http://ht.ly/2nclf (via http://twitter.com/alexve/status/20737473780)

    … and RayKurzweil interviewed at MIT is also coming into the picture. A great BBC documentation:-)

  6. RalfLippold (02.10.2010, 07:14 Uhr)

    … the Big Shift, it’s coming with big steps. Already under way, even though not easily spotted. Business leaders often have a (as any other person, I can’t take me out of that as well) “Blind Spot” on the future.

    With the experience of the past and what has gone well, they predict the development of the future. With vastly increasing technological power and shrinking of devices (mainly in the mobile field) powered by ever more powerful application, the changes can be felt by anybody.

    Reading through the Shiftindex, http://www.edgeperspectives.com/shiftindex.pdf, will clear up some of the fog.

    What would make business leaders aware of that changes and letting get down to read and reflect on how this already is true in their very own business fields, companies and interactions with customers?

    There is so much positive ahead of us, way beyond cost-cutting.

    It is about adapting to the opportunities that emerge right in front of us.

  7. RalfLippold (16.10.2010, 08:40 Uhr)

    An interesting panel discussion on sustainable society and how technology in the coming years will also have an impact on it.


    But see for yourself – roughly 90 min of most interesting thoughts on the future of society.

  8. RalfLippold (22.10.2010, 12:02 Uhr)

    JayForrester, “The Prophet of the Unintended Consequences”, http://simgua.com/documents/SB_Forrester.pdf

    Jay has invented the early version of the RAM and started the field system dynamics which had its 50th anniversary back in 2007. Jay is still heavily researching aged at 91, quite amazing and a living role model to what hight natural curiousity will lead.

  9. RalfLippold (25.10.2010, 14:53 Uhr)

    MichaelWesch, Professor für Anthropologie an der Universität Kansas, http://twitter.com/mwesch, sprach auch über RayKurzweil und die exponentielle Beschleungigung im Rahmen von Bildung.

    Nur noch 0,01% des jetzt momentan produzierten Wissens ist noch auf Papier gespeichert. Wie also kommen wir mit dem Lernen nach? Welche Werkzeuge können künftig auch in der Klasse, in der noch Papier vorherrscht, eingesetzt werden, um die Schüler und Lehrer gleichermaßen für die kommende Zukunft fit zu machen?

    Schule und Entrepreneure auf der Suche nach der Bildung von morgen – machbar schon zur Gründerwoche, http://gruenderwoche.de., 15.-21.11.2010. Möglicherweise sogar im CoOrpheum, http://flickr.com/CoOrpheum oder einem weitere kreativen Ort in Dresden.

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