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Book Summary: The Creativity Code by Marcus de Sautoy

This book explores the future of creativity and how machine learning will disrupt, enrich, and transform our understanding of what it means to be human. Most importantly, it talks about what separates us as human beings from machines You can support the book by clicking below to purchase it

Reflections on Artificial Intelligence and Robots taking over Art

I just stumbled upon the National Gallery and spotted the Keppel Centre for Art Education. Having just read the Creativity Code by Marcus du Surtoy, I was intrigued by the question posted to the children, asking them: Do you think robots can replace artist? My answer would be No as well. As I believe that…

Learning Perspectives from Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons Season 5

My learning perspectives from one of Netflix’s greatest series. A journalist by the name of by Raphael Rowe travels to different locations to explore the imprisonment process of various societies.¬†For the one I was watching, he travelled around Philippines, Greenland and South Africa. These were all maximum security prisons. Enjoy the perspectives below.

Book Perspectives from Talking to Strangers

Chanced upon this book by Malcolm Gladwell. It is definitely an eye opener for me, with various case studies to explain the behaviours and perspectives that we form when meeting strangers. Should you read it? I say why not!

Lego, the Creativity Paradox

Can #creativity be out/around/in the block?

Kids, Books and the Internet

Kids can really make you rethink how you help people understand things. I bought a collection of national geographic books for my kids to read and be fascinated about the world around them. Read my post to find out more.

Reflection: EVP by Mercer

Employees are also overwhelmed by this transformation. HR needs to look into an individual employee’s needs and constantly have that communication and feedback session.

PWC on Workforce of the future

I’m looking into a post and report by PWC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) on the Workforce of the future. It is about 3 years old from the day that I’m posting it. It was a great insight and I am excited about it but hope to reflect back on this post in 2030. I hope to see a…

Life is full of lessons

Life is full of little lessons to learn, this struck out because it happened on lunar New Year Eve. It was kind of memorable as it caused me much inconvenience as I blog right now.

My 2019 Reading List

I had so much to read and re-reading to do this year! As I conclude 2019 and look forward to more books in the coming year, I have selected 5 of my personal favourites and summarised them in a few pointers.