My talk below on the design of ‘Myth-Making Mechanisms in Autonomous Worlds‘ is one of the best talks I’ve ever given about Worlds. And represents where my thinking on ‘Worlds Theory‘ is at present.
I’m really pleased to be sharing it, I hope you check it out!
The talk covers a lot of ground – 80 slides in 22mins lol – but the main topics include:
I hope to write a great deal this coming year about *why* my primary thesis: All techno-social systems should be seen through the lens of worlds is important. But for now, now this talk is online – a talk I’m immensely proud of – I’ll be pointing people to it whenever I’m asked the question ‘What do you do?’.
Mostly – as a result of my own failings – my research interests, consulting work and essay collection has been opaque and hard to parse. But being invited to speak to a room full of people building Techno-Social systems - that one day (they hope) will become alive and living Worlds seemed like a good place to lay out the terrain of thought I’ve been exploring.
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