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Daniel Riveong

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Daniel writes on foresight and explores new economic systems. He has over 15 years of experience in technology & digital marketing and has worked with clients in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Daniel is currently part of the University of Houston's Foresight Program.
Revisiting Rousseau The Enlightenment concept of the social contract has been the foundation for modern democracy and government for over 250 years. But how might we revisit and reimagine this social contract today? The social contract was a disruptive idea (to...
MISC, a foresight magazine from Canada by Idea Couture, recently put together a special summer feature called “The Future According to Women.” MISC brought together over 40 women from diverse industries on topics from the future of national security,...
Field Notes on the Automation Trap (06 August 2016) Your weekly notes on happenings, news, signals related to automation and alternative means on economic development. See more at The Automation Trap.   I. ROBOTS IN THE NEWS The Second Order Impact of Self-Driving Cars Chris...
New Models is a series of posts dedicated for looking for new models for organisations, specifically new models of governance and society. At a recent interview in Denmark, Salim Ismail of Singularity University declared “our democracy is collapsing.” Why? Information...
Field Notes on the Automation Trap (2nd of July) Your weekly notes on happenings, news, signals related to automation and alternative means on economic development. See more at The Automation Trap.   Should European Robots pay Social Security Tax?   The European Commission is...
Field Notes on the Automation Trap (22 June 2016) Your weekly notes on happenings, news, signals related to automation and alternative means on economic development. See more at The Automation Trap. How do we include War Robots in the Geneva Conventions?   The prospect...
Field Notes on the Automation Trap (11 June 2016) These are my personal notes on happenings, news, signals related to my research on automation and alternative means on economic development. See The Automation Trap.   Rise of Small Farm Robots: Or why the...
Field Notes on the Automation Trap (25 May 2016) These are my personal notes on happenings, news, signals related to my research on automation and alternative means on economic development. See The Automation Trap. “60,000 workers culled from just one factory...
Asia and the End of Economic Growth Not too long ago, the world witnessed the meteoric raise of Singapore, South Korea, and later China as they propelled their economics on the engine of export-based manufacturing. These countries witnessed a radical...
We're all "Moving at the Speed of Change" right? From the World Economic Forum to the halls of Silicon Valley, business leaders are required to issue platitudes about “moving at the speed of change” or the need for “agile organizations.” It’s...