My Projects Seek To Answer Global Challenges, Drive Innovation, And Deliver Real-World Impact
I focus on developing evidence-based policies on the contribution of science, technology, and industry to well-being and sustainable growth. My activities cover a broad range of topics, including industry and globalization, innovation and entrepreneurship, scientific R&D, and emerging technologies.
As the world becomes increasingly interdependent yet decentralized, good governance is imperative to effectively address transnational socio-economic issues. The inherent conflict of national and global competition put innovation policies exclusively at the service of economic growth. Consequently, sociotechnical practices can be abused to invade privacy, provide new tools of discrimination, and harm individuals and communities.
My work aims at understanding these challenges by providing broad coverage, analysis, and investigations on the geopolitics and science policy at the national, regional, and global levels. Exordium newsletter is a pseudo-side gig where I publish curated stuff and engage with experts as I make progress on various R&D projects. Exordium subscribers include foreign affairs specialists, diplomats, academics, innovators, bankers, R&D experts, journalists, and students.
I Have Made While
“When you do things from the soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.” Rumi
Building Sustainable and
Through Culture & Innovation.
SOCIAL AUTONOMY, TECHNOLOGIES OF THE COMMON
To build a framework for operational analytics. To theorize, analyze and contribute to the construction of technopolitical autonomy, that is, relationships with and through technologies that promote new forms of freedom and creativity, both personal and collective. To examine distributed architecture technologies that allow users to retain full control over their data and the technologies they use, while promoting truly democratic and peer-to-peer collaborative and deliberative models.
DEMOCRACY IN NETWORK.
To understand causes. To represent more complex theories of decision making. To use a blend of artificial intelligence, neural networks, machine learning, natural language processing, sentiment analysis and contextual awareness. To design and implement the algorithms capable of solving problems. To analyze a situation effectively and revolutionize the current and legacy systems.
MOVEMENTS BEYOND BORDERS.
To analyze biodiversity; improve access to safe drinking water; promote the responsible management of biotechnologies, drugs, and environmental resources; and ensure the ethical collection, management, and interpretation of data. And to build a global movement dedicated to reimagining the foundation of democracy and markets.