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The fourth industrial revolution will be lead by human creativity, not machines — Quartz

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***World Economic Forum Series: Creativity Key to the Future***

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          The World Economic Forum is an important resource for ideas and developments across the world. Over the last decade it has broadened and intensified its attention to creative approaches emerging from communities, especially those with poor and marginalized populations. This is a thoughtful and important essay about future directions in an increasingly technical world.

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Source: The fourth industrial revolution will be lead by human creativity, not machines — Quartz

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The Creative Apothecary Celebrates the Possibilities of Human Creativity!

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The fourth industrial revolution will be lead by human creativity, not machines — Quartz

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***WEP-Quartz Essay Series: Creativity & the 4th Industrial Revolution***

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          The World Economic Forum and Quartz Ideas both have been publishing some insightful articles about the deep transformations occurring across the world. Itai Palti of The Centric Lab offers a thoughtful  essay on the importance of supporting human creativity for the future. Check it out.

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Source: The fourth industrial revolution will be lead by human creativity, not machines — Quartz

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The Creative Apothecary Celebrates the Power of Creativity in Transforming Our World!

Where Creativity Comes From – Scientific American

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October Is for Creativity, Part 3:

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         We are constantly looking for the sources of creativity, seeking its origins. Today’s post from Scientific American looks at the sources of creativity in both humans and animals and shares some unexpected ideas.

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“Studies of humans and other animals indicate that inventiveness often stems from factors other than need…”

Source: Where Creativity Comes From – Scientific American

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The Creative Apothecary Believes in the Power of Creativity!

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The First Artists – National Geographic Magazine

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One of the wonderful things about our world is that just as we think we know everything about ancient humans, new discoveries show that our knowledge is incomplete–and always will be– because every new archaeological discovery, every new ancient cave revealed after thousands of years hidden from our eyes forces us to rethink our understanding of the past and where we come from. Our knowledge of the origins of art and creativity are in constant transformation.

This article from the January 2015 National Geographic is a new summary and mapping of parts of this ancient store of human creation. A definitely must read!

(Thanks to the Foundation for Art and Healing for the Einstein quote and image.)

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The First Artists – National Geographic Magazine.

 

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