Future of Simplifying Complexity: Insight-Driven Innovation

Radiocasts | April 3, 2014 by Bonnie D. Graham

The buzz: Complexity.

Since the dawn of time, humans have worked to solve complex problems through cumulative learning, imagination, technological advances, spirit and courage. Today, our ability to efficiently manipulate larger and larger volumes of data has the potential to propel civilization forward at undreamed-of speed. If we’re really equipped to untangle new quandries with ease, where can this take us next?

The experts speak.

Jorge Garcia, TEC: “Complexity that works is built up out of modules that work perfectly, layered one over the other.” (Kevin Kelly)

Jason Sprunk, Rockwell Automation: “The pace of change is mind boggling and our ability to cope, adapt, and evolve as a species will likely be challenged. As von Goethe said, ‘By seeking and blundering, we learn…’”.

Francesco Mari, SAP: “For every complex problem there is a solution that is clear, simple, and wrong.” (H.L. Mencken)

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