The Hive-Mind is a three-week global gathering of our foresighted community seeking flourishing long-term futures in times of acute crisis – Meeting from April 27 to May 17, every weekday 11 AM PT, 8 PM CEST.
We’re thrilled to share the videos of our second week with you below, exploring how to accelerate high-impact science and technology from COVID-19.
We hope they may entice you to join us from Monday onward at 11 AM PT, 8 PM CEST for our next sessions, kicking off a week exploring how we can foster resilient and cooperative global systems:
Summary video of what to expect from the Hive Mind workshop
If a catastrophe is an event which causes the loss of most expected value, a eucatastrophe is an event which causes there to be much more expected value after the event than before (source). Let’s explore opportunities to turn COVID-19 from catastrophe to Eucatastrophe.
Jaan Tallinn, Future of Life Institute, Nils Regge, Apollo Ventures, Andrew Serazin, Templeton World Charity Foundation
Robin Hanson, George Mason Universitu, Jim O’Neill, SENS Research Foundation, John Lewis, Aegis Biodefence
Ole Mensching, Apollo Ventures, Aubrey de Grey, SENS Research Foundation, Sonia Arrison, 100 Plus Capital, Reason, FightAging
Peter Eckersley, Brian Behlendorf, Linux, Primavera de Filippi, Berkman Klein Center, Jeffrey Ladish
Ingrid LaFleur, The Afrofuturism Strategies Institute, Erica Frank, NextGenU, Michael Morgenstern, Everything is Film, Clarissa Rios Rojas, Global Young Academy
Monday 05/11/2020 11:00 AM
Strengthened Communities: how can resilient and agile communities and orgs, in contrast to authoritarian regimes, emerge stronger as preferred global points for coordination?
Glen Weyl, RadicalXChange, Alex Gladstein, Human Rights Foundation, Zarinah Agnew, Embassy Network
Tuesday 05/12/2020 11:00 AM
Informed Global Sense-making: how can flaws in our collective sense-making uncovered by the COVID-19 crisis drive evidence-driven sense-making and diplomatic communication in the future?
Anthony Aguirre, Metaculus, Aviv Ovadya, Thoughtful Technology Project, Kim Osborne, University of Georgia, Phoebe Tickell, International Bateson Institute
Wednesday 05/13/2020 11:00 AM
A Sound Political Economy how can current unusual openings in policies, e.g. Trump’s UBI proposal, release of non-violent prisoners, be used to promote rational national and international policies?
Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Club of Rome, Ruth Hickin, World Economic Forum, Sam Hilton, Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
Thursday 05/14/2020 11:00 AM
Global Resilience & Peace: how can the spotlight on global fragility help promote resilience, peace and cooperation internationally?
Samo Burja, Bismarck Analysis, Dave Denkenberger, ALLFED, Caroline Jeanmaire, CHAI, Asaf Tzachor, Center for the Study of Existential Risk
Friday 05/15/2020 11:00 AM
Benefiting Our Planet: how can COVID-19 be used as model to prepare for risks of future disasters, esp. climate change?
Tom Chi, former Google X, Will Marshall, Planet Labs, Creon Levit, Planet Labs, David Brown, Pivot Bio, Tia Kansara, Replenish Earth
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