AI Wave: Challenges and Opportunities of Artificial Intelligence in our Time
Meet A.I. WAVE: a pioneering overview of the dynamic lifecycle of Artificial Intelligence in your market, helping your organization navigate challenges and opportunities in today's world.
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The Galactic Synchronization Calendar: A Distinct Entity from the Mayan Calendar
Remember that we do not relate to time, but we are made of time, it is the raw material that constitutes all of us. We are time.
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Time and Work: Reflections and Transformations of a Traveler
My connection with time and work has generated several lessons about and meaning. Now, my desire is to assist those around me in taking the next step as protagonists and agents of change through the work they bring to the world.
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Embracing Affective Alliances In The Day Out Of Time
On the Day Out Of Time, July 25th, we must emphasize the importance of collaboration and empathy in building a more equitable, abundant futures. We Are Time.
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Reflexões sobre Mortalidade e Imortalidade: do povo Yanomami ao Universo Digital
O conceito de imortalidade é fundamental na cultura digital atual, mas é antiético à visão de morte dos Yanomami.
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With the Equinox energy
Our existence is a co-creation with time, and every thought, action, and intention ripples through time, affecting both the past and the future.
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Black Quantum Futurism: Theory and Practice — Time Studies Group #02
We will navigate together with the multi artist and author in ideas coming from quantum physics, futures studies, and Black/African cultural traditions of consciousness, time, and space.
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What Is The Contemporary? — Time Studies Group #01
I hope this newsletter finds your in a good mood. Last letter I invited you to join me in a
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A Year on Time Studies
Greetings, dear traveler. I hope this newsletter finds your well and lifts up your day. I wrote during the full
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1.1 How is your relationship with time?
How is your relationship with time? I’ve been asking myself and everyone I met in the past 10 years.
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