Christian Madsbjerg discusses Sensemaking and Big Data with host Kenneth Cuvier in this segment of The Economist Radio.
What happens when you take a philosopher out of their element and plunk them into management? How can the business and tech worlds benefit from the humanities? Are we putting too much trust into algorithms and the promise of artificial intelligence?
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Madsbjerg argues that unless companies take pains to understand the human beings represented in their data sets, they risk losing touch with the markets they’re serving.
Christian Madsbjerg speaks to Manuela Saragos about why human intelligence is still a vital component in analysing all our data.
"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.
Data is important, but with Madsbjerg’s approach to sensemaking, we have a better chance of putting it in the proper context and using it to enrich our lives and our understanding.