Category Archives: Complex Systems

2D Images as Objects in ‘visual and metric 3D’: our Smart Knowledge Engine in Action

For the moment, we re-visualised images above and beyond what our previous prototype produced. The significance is pretty fundamental, in terms of #DeepThinking about time, space and measuring. At CERN, the European Centre for Nuclear Research in Geneva, where I … Continue reading

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INSTEAD of PROSE: Software-Aided Thinking finds many Expressions

I’ve been practising ‘software-aided thinking’, ever since I began to write Word  ‘tables’ such as this one: Dialectical Single-Disciplinary Thinking Merging Domains of Thought Number Theory + Arithmetic = Mathematics Geometry + Algebra = Linear Measuring = Chemistry, Technology Nuclear- … Continue reading

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Net-Working for the Future of Smart Energy in Smart Cities

That’s what I like about living in London: the many opportunities for events that bring together people who illustrate the state of the art – of thinking, business and, above all, funding: whether it’s Dimensional Analysis at the Isaac Newton … Continue reading

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Inner Complexity: An introduction to Landscape of the Mind (Film Launch)

Landscape of the Mind is the wonderful work of Kate Hopkinson who also created a profile of my mind. After all, I not only LOVE complex systems but also break them down to ‘simple solutions’. I will never know whether … Continue reading

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