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Michele McGrath talks to Helen Thomas, the Business Editor of BBC Newsnight, about the future of the British highstreet in this segment of the show.
Bill Welser talks Artificial intelligence, and how our humanity - and our bias - creeps into it on this episode of the Masters of Data podcast.
Christian Madsbjerg discusses the ideas behind his book, “Sensemaking: The Power of Humanities in the Age of the Algorithm”.
Christian Madsbjerg talks about the impact it has, when CEOs observe and listen to their customers as fellow human beings, and provides advice for how entrepreneurs can utilize the thinking behind Sensemaking to improve their own business.
Christian Madsbjerg talks about the role of design, the dangers of relying on focus groups and how anthropology is the most brutal cost reduction tool in the world.
Christian Madsbjerg on Danish National Radio's morning show, P1 Morgen, about spreadsheet culture and the value of reading literary fiction.
Demetri Kofinas speaks with Christian Madsbjerg about the history of western philosophy, artificial intelligence, and how the humanities can help businesses solve their hardest problems.
"We need people who can develop medicine, and we need the people who can figure out how to get people to take their medicine. We need both” - Madsbjerg on NPR's The Takeaway.
Christian Madsbjerg discusses Sensemaking and Big Data in this segment of The Economist Radio.
Mikkel Rasmussen from ReD Associates took the stage at TEDx Tottenham to ask: Do you like cooking?
ReD Associates Partner Eliot Salandy Brown explores the gaps between the assumptions big businesses make about consumers and the reality of what we (real people) actually think, do, and need.
Speaking to Maria Bartiromo of Fox Business, ReD Associates co-founder Christian Madsbjerg, discusses how the human sciences have become the holy grail for many companies, including Samsung.
Christian Madsbjerg and Mikkel Rasmussen discuss their book The Moment of Clarity and how putting the human element back into business can help solve some of today’s biggest business problems.
In this podcast for Data Informed, Christian Madsbjerg and Mikkel B. Rasmussen, co-founders of the ReD Associates consultancy, discuss how big data is an insufficient tool for understanding customers.
Speaking at a TEDx Lower East Side NYC event, Christian Madsbjerg from ReD Associates discusses two competing methods for understanding people that are battling it out in the business world.
ReD Associates partner Christian Madsbjerg argue that it is a big program that only $146 million (USD) was invested in the humanities in 2013, while $3 billion was invested in the hard sciences.