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The future is about how we create new, rather than capitalize on old, forms of society and business models to expand wealth and quality of life. So that’s what I do; I study change and I try to inspire as many as possible to embrace it.
Meeting an audience is a social task rather than something you can do in PowerPoint. That said, if you want to know more about the work of a professional keynote speaker, here is a breakdown.
A small group of influential people have the ability to manipulate money supply (by printing more) and interest rates, which are essentially the cost of borrowing money. On one hand, they encourage people and companies to take on more debt because it's less expensive. Then, on the other hand, they have the power to increase interest rates to get it all back over time.
We went from mainframe computers to desktop to laptop to mobile and wearables. We are now wearing computers on our bodies, thus producing vast amounts of data not only from the outside world but also from the inside. Approximately 90% of all data was produced in the last two years, and now comes A.I. to make sense of all the data, to find patterns and new knowledge.
The impact of AI is vast and varied. Its integration will lead to enhanced efficiency, the creation of new business models, and the potential displacement of certain jobs, necessitating workforce retraining. However, it will also result in the generation of new roles and opportunities in the tech-driven landscape.
As we move forward, those who recognize and act on these potentials will find themselves at the forefront of a more flexible, creative, and rewarding work environment. The challenges are real, but the opportunities are boundless, marking a thrilling era of growth and discovery.
By aligning profitability with sustainability, companies can ensure that they are not just earning green but also doing their part in preserving the planet for future generations. The opportunities are vast, diverse, and promising. All it requires is a vision, innovation, and the audacity to embark on ventures that marry profit with purpose.
To truly understand the illusion of permanence, one must sit silently, letting go of all attachments, all concepts, all desires. In this silence, the vastness of existence reveals itself. One realizes that life and death, creation and destruction, are but two sides of the same coin. There is no beginning or end, only an eternal dance of energies, merging and parting, in a cosmic rhythm.