Phil is a Global Innovation Director, Media Futurist & Conference Speaker with 18 years’ experience from London, Dublin & Auckland. His key skills are evangelising about the future, simplifying the complex, energising clients and hastening the inevitable. He is also Co-author of - and speaker for - PHD's book 'Merge | The closing gap between technology and us’. Phil holds an MA, Politics and Media from the University of Liverpool.
Centuries from now, when the history of the human race is written - probably not using a pen or keyboard - we will be able to divide up the timeline of our species into a series of revolutions; alternating cycles of relative calm punctuated by explosions of unimaginable change.
Last year I came across a solitary tweet from a tech entrepreneur that introduced me to an idea I couldn’t stop thinking about.
When you look at the word ‘innovation’, the third, fourth and fifth letters are the giveaway.
Sustainability is not properly integrated due to economic, social, political and financial barriers.
I’ve read the book Life 3.0 by physicist & AI philosopher Max Tegmark, where he sets out a series of possible scenarios and outcomes for humankind sharing the planet with artificial intelligence.