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Anders Indset: Simplicity is the most complex thing today.

Anders Indset is one of the world's leading business philosophers and is considered a trusted sparring partner for international CEOs and leading politicians.

Anders Indset is the author of the three international Spiegel bestsellers Wild Knowledge, Quantum Economics and The Infected Mind. Born in Norway, he is one of the world's leading business philosophers and, among his many co-initiated projects - GBI (Global Blockchain Initiative), Enkelfähig and The European Refinement - he is also co-founder of the Njordis Group and the Global Institute of Leadership & Technology (GILT).

Anders Indset: "Our leaders of today need the philosophy of the past, coupled with the scientific knowledge and technologies of tomorrow"

How do we deal with the current challenges? What opportunities arise from what Anders Indset calls "a window of opportunity"? The leading international economic philosopher is convinced; despite the "Digital Tsunami", ecological collapse and the Corona pandemic, we can influence and shape our own reality. He talks about the courage to think in new ways and shows how everyone can deal with change and uncertainty for themselves and the role that data and artificial intelligence play in this.

Anders Indset lecture topics

- The art of being wrong - A symbiosis between technology and philosophy

- The infected thinking - Why we have to free ourselves from old self-evident facts

- Re-Thinking the economy - From a knowledge society to a society of the mind

- The future of business management - Positive progress and the art of being wrong

- Quantum Economy - What comes after digitalization?

- The Society of the Future - If we want to understand society, we have to rethink the economy

- From the Wirr-economy to the WE-economy - with technology to regenerative humanistic eco-capitalism

"Economy is not a game we can win" is one of the sentences of economic philosopher Anders Indset, with which he regularly wakes up his listeners. Because he believes that by upgrading the operating system - "the economy" we can meet the emerging questions of meaning and purpose, work and social, work and life.

A symbiosis between man and machine - technology and philosophy - economy and ecology - Towards a regenerative humanistic eco-capitalism. He talks about positive progress and the pursuit of dynamic equilibrium and shows how everyone can deal with change and uncertainty for themselves. "We have adapted digitality into our lives and are trapped in our taken-for-grantedness," says Anders Indset. Perfecting the art of being right is increasingly dividing society. The technological (self-)optimization society also needs the art of being wrong - philosophy and the search for better explanations.

Anders Indset provides food for thought for new business models, shows how ethical issues in dealing with artificial intelligence and data need to be addressed through a symbiosis of technology and philosophy.

Anders Indset has been recognized by the Thinkers 50 as one of the future's most influential thinkers in leadership and business. In addition to lecturing widely around the world, Anders Indset aims to activate his thinking as a "Special Advisory" for top executives, politicians and in selected supervisory board mandates.

Business philosopher Anders Indset: "If we want to understand society, we have to rethink business".

As a former 'hard-core capitalist' and competitive athlete, Anders Indset finds attachment and support in what is. He understands 'the art of being right' as the cornerstone of a functioning organized human life. He also finds support in systems and structures. At the same time, it is 'the art of being wrong' - precisely philosophy - that represents his motivation and driving force for striving for a better explanation. Thus follows a close bond between 'economics' and a passion for philosophy.

Man vs. machine

The future of organized human life and the survival of our species is now at stake. What is man, anyway? Embark on an exciting journey from what we thought we were today to what we might become in the future. In his work on the future of the human species, Anders Indset considers three plausible scenarios for where we are headed and how we might meet the two existential challenges of our next decade: avoiding ecological collapse and living with and managing exponential technologies.

A glimpse into a time of permanent revolution and a world of improvisation. Is this a path to a potential singularity (posthumanism) or perhaps the path to HOMO OBSOLETUS? Or can we create a new history for humanity and a space for "man" in a world of perfect digital rationality and complete knowledge?

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