A juggling unicyclist who transformed “information” from a vague idea into a precise concept that underlies the digital revolution. Claude Shannon was one of the greatest of the giants who created the information age.
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Anna Dumitriu is an artist whose work blurs the boundaries between art and science with a strong interest in ethical issues raised by emerging technologies and their impact on society. The “Emergence of Consciousness” project was a collaboration with scientists at the Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics at The University of Sussex.
By studying how ant colonies work without any one leader, Deborah Gordon has identified striking similarities in how ant colonies, brains, cells and computer networks regulate themselves.
Enrico Coen suggests that there are only seven organising principles sufficient to explain much, if not all, of biology – whether we are dealing with genetics, development, evolution, learning and brain function, populations or culture.
“At this time, the world we live in is in great need of a balance between our heads and our hearts, so that we may connect to the ‘tap-root’ in us all by opening us to the realm of imagination, inspiration and integration.” Sacha Abercorn Sacha Abercorn is an innovator in creative education and the founder […]
Man is an imagining being.Bachelard, Gaston. The Poetics of Reverie. 1960. Gaston Bachelard was one of the great minds of our times. His prodigious ability, displayed in twenty-three books and expressed in subtle, suggested prose has produced the single most important body of thought in the recovery of imagination in the twentieth century. Beginning his intellectual career […]