Human vs AI: Conquering the VUCA Beast - Dr. Lukasz Tync (Innovative Digital Expo Prague 2023)
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Human vs AI – who defeats VUCA* beast? - Dr Lukasz Tync (Innovative Digital Expo Prague 2023)" by Sinapi
TLDR The Suez Canal blockage highlights the vulnerability of global logistics chains and the need for adaptation and resilience in the face of increasing interdependencies and digital noise.
The impact of a single containership getting stuck in the Suez Channel for six days, causing a queue of 369 ships, emphasizes the vulnerability of global logistic chains and the potential for disruption.
Humans have a tendency to see patterns in random events and then project these patterns onto the future, a phenomenon known as being "fooled by randomness."
Embracing technology and the VUCA process is more beneficial than fighting against it, as the increasing interdependencies and global digital noise require adaptation and resilience.
"We cannot treat technology as a magic black box and expect it to save us from wrong decisions."
Effective communication skills, both with partners and the environment, are essential for developing resilience and successfully adapting to the VUCA environment.
"We can focus on being more human, we can communicate, build relation, use intuition while technology may cover the technical part."
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