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Luca Boschin

Luca Boschin

CEO at LogoGrab
  • 1. IS TECHNOLOGY AN EVOLUTION PARALLEL TO HUMANS, OR OF HUMANS THEMSELVES?

    At the current state of human and societal evolution, we are still very much driven by a self-centric culture, where humanity is seen as the constant around which the rest of existence revolves. The truth is that we know we were

    1. IS TECHNOLOGY AN EVOLUTION PARALLEL TO HUMANS, OR OF HUMANS THEMSELVES?

    At the current state of human and societal evolution, we are still very much driven by a self-centric culture, where humanity is seen as the constant around which the rest of existence revolves. The truth is that we know we were not "born" humans and we won't "die" humans, but rather we constantly evolve from something into something else.

    If instead, we embrace the idea that everything, including humanity, is constantly evolving, we can see the acceleration of technological evolution as an evolution of humanity itself, rather than a parallel evolution. Furthermore, we should probably embrace an evolutionary path outside of biology, as the conditions for biological entities to exist are just too scarce in the universe to guarantee our long-term evolution.

  • OPINION - A bit of a deviation from the specific topic, but still within context. I see this “Cambridge Analytica” phase more of a symptom of a bigger challenge: we haven’t been educated on how to consume online content in a way that generates value rather than destruction. Once again education is a

    OPINION - A bit of a deviation from the specific topic, but still within context. I see this “Cambridge Analytica” phase more of a symptom of a bigger challenge: we haven’t been educated on how to consume online content in a way that generates value rather than destruction. Once again education is a founding pillar. We need to invent new ways to virally educate society on how to question, analyze and take a scientific stand to content, rather than just passively consuming it.