Futurist Trond Arne Undheim interviews David A. Bray, Inaugural Director of the GeoTech Center at the Atlantic Council, the esteemed Washington DC-based think tank. We talk about jazz improv, geopolitics, technology, privacy, openness, human dignity, data trusts, quantum computing as well as post-pandemic tech opportunities and constraints.
The takeaway is that the world now needs to ensure that new technologies not only contribute to innovation but also simultaneously empower people, increase prosperity and secure peace. One way we talked about is to develop data trusts to secure that exchanges of data are mutually beneficial and provide ethical and governance support.
After listening to the episode, find out more about the Atlantic Council, check out David A. Bray’s profile on Singularity University or connect with him on LinkedIn.
- Singularity University https://su.org/about/faculty/david-a-bray/
- LinkedIn (dbray): https://www.linkedin.com/in/dbray/
- Atlantic Council (@AtlanticCouncil) https://twitter.com/AtlanticCouncil
- Atlantic Council https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/
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For more about the host, including media coverage, books and more:
- Trond Arne Undheim’s personal website (https://trondundheim.com/)
- the Yegii Insights blog (https://yegii.wpcomstaging.com/)
- Pandemic Aftermath (2020) https://trondundheim.com/pandemic-aftermath/
- Disruption Games (2020) https://trondundheim.com/disruptiongames/
Trond is currently writing a book called Future Tech which will be out in March 2021.
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