I met with Petri Uusikylä to learn more about how his interest in complexity had evolved and how it influences his view of evaluating development and social change
It is easy to get carried away with the promises of technology when we read about the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or 4IR.
The economic and social consequences of digital innovation require, and will continue to require, political responses to take advantage of the opportunities that these innovations can bring to society. The challenge for government and regulators is that the speed at which these technologies evolve is… Read More
At the end of last year, with support from Helvetas I co-authored a paper entitled, State Capability, Policymaking and the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Do Knowledge Systems Matter?
After much debate in the media about whether it is safe for the community, teachers and children themselves to continue going to school, the Australian Capital Territory and Victoria in Australia are going ahead with student-free schooling. Whilst the symptoms and deaths of children from… Read More