Sometimes, the world changes in ways that obsolete everything that came before. Scientists and mathematicians coined the term “singularity” for change of that magnitude; famously disruptive Silicon Valley adopted it immediately. The only way to prosper in the aftermath of a singularity is to re-imagine everything from the ground up – almost as if the past never existed.
Take a look at the implications in the latest chapter of Stein IAS’ book Paradox – Feeling Machines and the Rise of Post-Modern Marketing. Available on Stein’s website now!