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Adiel Gavish
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President Barack Obama on what AI means for national security and how smart systems mimic nature:

via +WIRED 

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Very excited to see almost two years of work in biomimicry design and innovation come to fruition at +Bioneers this October. Proud to help continue the legacy of Ray C. Anderson, a visionary leader in sustainable industrial and business practice. This video was taken at +SXSW Eco, 2016 and introduces the world to the teams competing for the $100,000 Ray of Hope prize.  

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A manifesto for a new era of (net positive) design + innovation:

1. WE MUST BECOME PRODUCERS OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES.

2. WE WILL HUMBLY LISTEN TO + LEARN FROM THE EARTH AS OUR MENTOR.

3. WE ENDEAVOR TO BRING ALL STAKEHOLDERS TOGETHER.

4. WE ARE THE HUMAN ELEMENT.

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"Before urban development, this forest dominated Seattle’s landscape ... And the system operated in dynamic balance ... 50% of that rainfall is “evapotranspirated” — used by the plants and then returned to the atmosphere. This is important."

Could a city harness mist like a rainforest? A beautiful thought piece by Alexandra Ramsden and +Jennifer B.

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Following nature's lead provides us with long term, innate societal gains. 

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I mean, dance party is #1, obviously ...

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Terrapin Bright Green's latest white paper, “Tapping into Nature: The Future of Energy, Innovation and Business“, sponsored by NYSERDA, features 101 nature inspired innovations and where they are in the marketplace  —  from concept to prototype, development and market.

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“What the industrial age has done is take life away from the planet and turn it into goods and services." Paul Hawken and Janine Benyus discuss running the Industrial Age backwards and creating products from abundant resources of waste, the way nature would.
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