Whether we are in a classroom or in the outside world, we are always forced to choose who we are. Always expected to walk towards a fixed goal. Never be uncertain, never fail or never alter our course. We are either artists or scientists or businessmen. We are being constantly reminded to embrace these identities with greater force. As they say, the more we remain folded in our fields, the better specialists we are.
Fluid thinking shatters this myth by arguing that great minds who have changed the fate of humankind are actually the ones who failed, faltered and never feared to cross disciplinary boundaries.
The speaker demonstrates that how fluid thinking is the framework that binds the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, CV Raman, Steve Jobs, Charles Darwin and other geniuses and why being fluid like them could be our biggest winning strategy in the age of artificial intelligence.