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“The creative industries are misreading the public”
Originally published on Dezeen. With Brexit the British people have shown a greater appetite for risk than the creative sector, which needs to take the public more seriously or risk becoming irrelevant,
Artificial intelligence: Do not fear the robot revolution
Originally published in International Business Times. Humans, broadcast earlier this year, became UK broadcaster Channel 4's most popular drama series of all time. It followed a group of highly intelligent 'Synths' (androids) who live with, and form relationships with their human family owners.
Originally published by www.webdesignerdepot.com.
When Thomas Heatherwick’s 2012 Olympic cauldron unfolded its 204 petals on a warm summer’s evening in London during the opening ceremony, many gasped in awe. It captured brilliantly, in a moment, the optimism and human achievement that’s the core of the Olympic spirit.
Originally published on spiked. Michael Wolff, the designer who irritated Thatcher and helped rebrand Labour, talks about being creative during a recession. ‘Many designers will probably take more risks in