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I attended Santa Fe Institute’s complexity economics symposium last week. I don’t think I’ve ever been surrounded by a more impressive group of people. A small sample set: Kenneth Arrow, winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, Murray Gell-Mann, who introduced the quark, and how about Mykel Kochenderfer, who designed a new air collision avoidance algorithm that’s being rolled out across the industry in 2015. A humble bunch.

Below are a couple of my observations and thoughts from my time @ SFI last week (+ pull from existing texts). Much of this will sound familiar and plays nicely with Undercurrent’s responsive theory, which is underpinned by many of the same ideas.

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