Hardly a day goes by that we don’t hear of new inventions or new ideas. Humans have been pushing the envelope of what is possible since the dawn of history, when they first created tools to help them reach a desired result more efficiently and easily.
This is one of the mechanisms that propels us into our future: the marriage of what already exists to something that exists only in the synaptic pathways of a curious and active mind. What began by using the hard edge of a stone to supplement the human hand has evolved into the territories of quantum computing and artificial intelligence. What is this restless intelligence that drives us?
In this series, Aviv Shahar and a global group of "weavers" with varied academic, professional and life backgrounds, bring
together the hidden threads and themes behind new possibilities emerging across all aspects of human experience.
One of the very first things that we recognize as being human is our ability to make stuff that we can use. Much of human technology… is reflective of natures of our mind, reflective of components that exist in our mind. We build these things because this is what our mind is capable of perceiving.