The critical view on new technologies for a better future:
- Discovering opportunities
- Calculating risks
- Helping to make informed decisions
My analyses go beyond science to include economics, the policy environment, public perception, and a coherent vision of the future. In other words: a wide boundary analysis of the technology or product in relation to the economy, society and the physical world.
John Muir: “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, one finds it attached to the rest of the world.”
Similarly, all new technologies are attached to the rest of the world by many strings, visible and invisible.