Tag: autonomous revolution

  • Thoughts for the digital world. Ponder them over the weekend!

    Companies who say they don’t need a strategy, only an operation plan clearly do not understand their customers or themselves. Strategy informs everything a company does. Period! Think of the role AI is playing in creating wealth through mining, agriculture, and manufacturing. Which society best understands AI and the difference it makes? Services are the […]

  • Remember to attract birds; you spread out the seed.

    In the era of autonomous technologies, marketing’s role will become a seamless garment of branding, messaging, education, and collaboration. Digital strategy means “fish, where the fish are” Marketing’s job is to create the environment to get the fish to bite. This applies not only to business but Not For-Profits as well. We are in the […]

  • Mystics are we…

    As mystics in the contemporary world, we find ourselves studying and reading mystics’ life for guidance in our lives. As an academic patristic theologian and professionally a technology zealot, I see in the evolution of mystics and their role and thinking as hope in the future; I am currently reading Ilia Delio’s new book, “Re-Enchanting the Earth, why […]

  • The difference OF being human in the age of the autonomous revolution

      By now, most of us who have been working from home or laid off because of the virus. Our lives have changed. At the same time, we are entering the next major revolution called “Autonomous Revolution.” As humans, we have evolved through the agricultural revolution and then the industrial revolution, which included a massive […]

  • The Difference it makes

    I would like to share with you some thoughts about the world of technology that for many of us we enjoy, seem to not be able to imagine living without it even when it is at times frustrating. What is the difference it all makes? As we enter the autonomous revolution, understanding philosophy, which I […]

  • “Be ready because the light will surely come”

    Cassidy Hall post this insight into the heart and mind of Fr. Charles Cummings, OCSO   “The monastic night watch is good practice in the art of waiting, as we patiently look for the coming of dawn. Monks and nuns wait in the dark, longing for the light of dawn but unable to hasten its […]

  • Will the ‘Autonomous Revolution’ usher in Aristotle’s ‘Eudaimonia’?

    “What can we gain by sailing to the moon if we are not able to cross the abyss that separates us from ourselves? This is the most important of all voyages of discovery, and without it, all the rest are not only useless but disastrous.” ~ Thomas Merton “The abyss that separates us from ourselves.” I […]