BCII event - talk by Jean-François Noubel
After money - designing for emergence using invisible architectures.
Since the invention of writing, humankind has used ‘money’ as a language and technology to represent wealth and build large markets economies. This language doesn’t work so well for building thriving living systems that integrate all forms of life and the various economies on Earth. This has lately lead to an incredible wave of creative design for new languages of wealth that will provide the infrastructure for the next living systems. On an even broader level, it helps us understand how ‘invisible architectures’ such as currency, language, social codes, laws and time, when well designed, allow for the emergence of a more evolved individual and collective consciousness.
Please join us on Thursday 12 July to explore some breakthroughs in the field of collective intelligence, and how they can apply to our everyday life.
About Jean-François Noubel
For more than 15 years, Jean-François Noubel has worked in the field of collective intelligence, a new research discipline that explores living systems and the evolution of our species. He works on the next post-money technologies and the crypto-economy that has already begun to transform human society. International banks and governments use his expertise to deploy generative strategies and policies so they don't miss this opportunity. He advises top leaders on disruptive innovation and travels the world to give keynotes and set up R&D programs. Applying his research to himself, Jean-François lives an experimental life and defines himself as an open source human being operating in the gift economy. Happy father of a 16 years old boy, Jean-François lives in Provence, eats vegan, teaches martial arts and practices various extreme sports.