- How can we generate and maintain new economic models designed to create the most beautiful world we can possibly imagine? What are you witnessing that indicates the transformation of a life-affirming economic system?
- Club of Amsterdam
|We are witnessing the transformation of consciousness and its influence in all our social systems at a planetary level. Economics is at the heart of this change as it profoundly impacts the ways in which society organizes, makes agreements, trades and write laws. In the emergent economics scene we are writing a new story, people are becoming architects, conscious consumers, storytellers, creators and players of a world that works for all. At the consciousness level we are entering into ‘The era of flow’ and a new expressive capacity for humanity. Come to be inspired and share about this evolution which potential is to shift humanity to a new order of consciousness and creativity.
How can we generate and maintain new economic models designed to create the most beautiful world we can possibly imagine? What are you witnessing that indicates the transformation of a life-affirming economic system?
The speakers and topics are:
Ferananda Ibarra, Co-founder, Collective Intelligence Research Institute (CIRI)
Can we design a positive, life-affirming economics that empowers humanity to express it’s full capacity and next evolutionary step? Drawing on her many years of experience in Collective Intelligence and Metacurrency research, Ferananda will explore how several “invisible architectures” determine the course of future economic design. Invisible architectures determine the characteristics of our social organisms in the same way that DNA encodes the genetic instructions of all living organisms. From this perspective Ferananda will elaborate on the architectures of money, language and the ways we can design economic systems as either generating life or inhibiting life. New systems are about new rules and new agreements. It is essential that we play and create new social DNA and healthy wealth flows for our planet earth.
Sacha van Tongeren, Project Developer, Waag Society
The Internet is playing an ever-increasing role in how we work, play, and relate to each other. As a natural result of this many of the most inspiring new innovations are being developed online. We call this exciting new field Digital Social Innovation. Social innovators are do-it-yourselfers and create new economical systems and models. To support its growth we need new strategic approaches. But first we need to get to know the actors. Who are these do-it-yourself enthusiasts and what is it they are doing so innovatively?
Charles Noussair, Professor, Tilburg School of Economics and Management
Artificial Intelligence is changing the economy and these changes will accelerate in the coming decades. Increases in productivity, in human lifespan, and in the number of robots in the workforce will have huge implications. The presentation considers what changes we might expect in the next decades in the economy and in our way of life.
the future of Economy and Consciousness
The conference language is English.