Ruud Geven

Ruud Geven

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Ruud Geven
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The General Motors building on Fifth Avenue, NYC, seen from the flagship Apple store, underneath the buildings' square. These symbols of two firms on the most coveted area of real-estate square feet of the world, evokes the change of our industrial make-up and social organization: the industry that revolutionized physical mobility is overtaken by the industry of information-mobility. We need to understand the fusion of media, technology and the industry shaping it, to capture the future.

The General Motors building on Fifth Avenue, NYC, seen from the flagship Apple store, underneath the buildings' square. These symbols of two firms on the most coveted area of real-estate square feet of the world, evokes the change of our industrial make-up and social organization: the industry that revolutionized physical mobility is overtaken by the industry of information-mobility. We need to understand the fusion of media, technology and the industry shaping it, to capture the future.

Belcampo (1902-1990). A largely unknown Dutch author of fantastic stories. His allegories of the real world tend to impact me more than current, non-fiction affairs.

Belcampo (1902-1990). A largely unknown Dutch author of fantastic stories. His allegories of the real world tend to impact me more than current, non-fiction affairs.

René Boël (1899-1990): Industrialist and President of the European League for Economic Cooperation, 1951-1981. Industrialist in the Steel sector (Boël family) and the Chemical sector (Solvay & Cie.) for his entire professional life.

René Boël (1899-1990): Industrialist and President of the European League for Economic Cooperation, 1951-1981. Industrialist in the Steel sector (Boël family) and the Chemical sector (Solvay & Cie.) for his entire professional life.

- The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk -   Jaan Tallinn, Lord Rees and Huw Price. They believe that machines may pose a threat to human existence and that risk assessments are necessary.

- The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk - Jaan Tallinn, Lord Rees and Huw Price. They believe that machines may pose a threat to human existence and that risk assessments are necessary.