Jerome Glen (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeromecglenn/)
Jerome is the Executive Director of the Millennium Project, with a focus on Creating a sustainable global collective intelligence System and also houses the largest collection of internationally peer-reviewed methods to explore the future. Jerome Specializes in global futures research, global scenarios, and strategies to address global challenges. He manages a participatory think tank of 63 Nodes around the world that conduct futures research on science and technology, environment, energy, and collective intelligence
Marcus Anthony (https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-anthony-74831524/)
Marcus is an Associate Professor of Futures Studies at the Beijing Institute of Technology. He writes books, articles and popular pieces about the future, and gives public talks and workshops. He likes to explore Deep Futures – profound, meaningful and sustainable visions of tomorrow. He is also the coordinator of the Global Talent 2050 platform and Foresight advisor for the Research and Development Center for Future Civilisation and Talent at the Beijing Institute of Technology
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
In this dialogue we discuss Collective intelligence, the importance of feedback and challenges of information overload, the value of intelligence, wisdom and embodiment, the role of intuition and logic for decision making about the future, how levels based systems create inherent bias and how spherical systems help to overcome bias and the need for more cognitive diversity in the future.