The Historian Ian Kershaw About Turbulences
Artificial Identities in our Physical World
From this broadcast, we are learning from the historical viewpoint. The character of the turning points in Europe and globally, fragility, uncertainty, resilience. Along the lines of the regulations taking place online, the historical viewpoint can help understand the context of governmental requests (encryption and surveillance issues etc). With fast and easy technology solution the transparency result is unwanted where relationships in societies relate to “artificial identities”, as Sir Ian Kershaw names this part of our physical reality.
Quote: “An era of particular uncertainty. …It’s legitimate to say we simply don’t know….We can’t foretell. Let’s accept that and say we can see how we’ve come to where we’ve come but we can’t go much further” (21:10)
Ian Kershaw https://g.co/kgs/SToUgt
How to think the digital economy can reflect on uncertainty?
Author Anne McElvoy, “The Economist Asks”