imagines the future crime and terrorism challenges we will all face as a result
of advancing technologies. He thinks deeply about the disruptive security
implications of robotics, artificial intelligence, social data, virtual reality
and synthetic biology. Technology, he says, is affording exponentially growing
power to non-state actors and rogue players, with significant consequences for
our common global security. How to respond to these threats? The crime-fighting
solution might just lie in crowdsourcing.
Goodman heads the Future Crimes Institute, a think tank and clearinghouse
that researches and advises on the security and risk implications of emerging
technologies. He also serves as the Global Security Advisor and Chair for
Policy and Law at Singularity University.
When Speaking Minds was founded in 2007 in New Zealand, little did we envisage that this would grow into an international brand with offices in India and London in less than a decade. We set up the business to share what we had learnt, from the privileges we have had in our jobs – of access to knowledge.
Bringing India to the rest of the world was our driving force.
The dna of our business is genuinely about sharing knowledge with the
world, from thought leaders and experts who are notable achievers in
their field. Raga D'silva quit her highly successful corporate career in
New Zealand in 2007, to set up a dream business of connecting
knowledge, insights, motivation from exceptional talent with the
corporate world, globally.