Why don't computers know tears?

Why did the mathematician Archimedes run naked into the street?

Why don't you have to be afraid of personal unemployment (or do you?) because of the consequences of digitalization?

Here is the reason why there is an answer to these three so different questions:

Contrary to the slogan that artificial intelligence is the most crucial topic for the future, I would like to make one point:

The future is not baked from algorithms but from the human mind. 

Others may talk about necessary changes 

- more important are people who realize change: 

You, for example.

As soon as you gain the reputation of being a creative person, you will be one of the most sought after people in the future.

Two questions whose answers can give your life a future-proof orientation:

Who - if not me?

When - if not now?

Increase the esteem others hold in you when you can solve problems, contribute ideas, create innovations.  Trust in your uniqueness. 

As long as the innovation and problem-solving capabilities of algorithms and artificial intelligence are essentially based on the promise that this will soon come (I have known this "soon" or "if we invest more there" since around 1980):

- it is safer that you prefer to rely on your own head and on the heads of those with whom you work.

Human creativity and the ability to innovate and solve problems is inexhaustible. 

- is far too rarely mobilized and at best unfolded at a low level. 

Creativity is something you don't need to learn at all. It is in itself an inherent human ability. However, very often it is only lived very little or not at all, often it is even blocked. But it can be increased enormously through a greater understanding of the creative process and above all through special know-how and training.

I want to invite you to do so.

You can get access to the EMERGENCE INNOVATION PROCESS (EIP)  for you (and use it in your professional and private everyday life) here:

In memory of Steve Jobs: