The Corporate Innovation Podcast, presented by Singularity University, goes beyond the “disrupt or die” headlines and explores how world leading innovators truly create transformation, growth and impact.
Join Kris Østergaard, Co-Founder of SingularityU Nordic and author of Transforming Legacy Organizations, in conversations on all things corporate innovation every Monday, here, or on your podcast platform of choice.
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Episode 12: The ethics of invention
Sheila Jasanoff, Pforzheimer Professor of Science & Technology studies at Harvard Kennedy School and author of “The Ethics of Invention”, in conversation with Kris Østergaard, on ethics in a technologically accelerating world, how to mitigate unintended consequences of one's innovations and the danger of technological determinism.
About Kris Østergaard
Kris is a researcher, author and globally sought after keynote speaker on innovation, corporate culture and the impact of technological change. He is Co-Founder of SingularityU Nordic and global Singularity University faculty on innovation in large, established organizations.
Besides being the author of Transforming Legacy Organizations, Kris also co-authored The Fundamental 4s - Designing Extraordinary Customer Experiences in an Exponential World and After Shock - The World’s Foremost Futurists Reflect on 50 Years of Future Shock―and Look Ahead to the Next 50.
He has Co-Founded the experience design firm DARE2, accelerator program Thinkubator and co-working space DARE2mansion.
Kris is also a board member, angel investor, advisor to both startups and Fortune 500s and the Host of Singularity University’s “Corporate Innovation Podcast”.
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