The Boundless Podcast puts host Richard Foster-Fletcher into conversation with global Technologists, Thought leaders and Researchers. Each episode explores the choices available, globally and individually to design a better digital future, for all of us.
The truth is that we have built an incredible world, with technology at the heart of it. But our world has a dark side; searing inequality, a loneliness epidemic, climate collapse, broken geopolitics and financial markets that favour the few over the many.
It’s possible that powerful emerging technologies can address these challenges, but only when they are carefully aligned with digital ethicists, compassionate CEO’s and storytellers/influencers.
The purpose of Boundless is to explore with these leaders through a conversational journey how we can contribute and collaborate towards a shared goal:
To have a digital future that works for every individual to experience; happiness, privacy and creativity in a fully circular economy that respects nature and encourages new scientific discoveries both here and in space.
It is for those who want to understand and embrace how we solve the greatest challenges humanity has faced for a long time. For those that wish to explore how emerging technologies, new leadership models and better stories will create positive change and take positive actions in their businesses.
…for those who won’t stop thinking
Richard the Managing Director of NeuralPath.io, an Artificial Intelligence Advisory and Strategy Practice. He broadcasts about how Human-Centric technologies can promote sustainable innovation, better business and higher levels of wellbeing in business and societies.
Formally an Executive with Oracle Corporation, Richard is a graduate of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Strategy Course with the Sloan School of Management and a contributing author to the book AI: The Future of Finance published by Wiley. Richard founded Milton Keynes Artificial Intelligence (MKAI), the thriving hub of AI in Milton Keynes.
Richard has delivered executive programmes on AI and the future of work for leading UK learning institutions such as Henley Business School. He is a visiting lecturer in Artificial Intelligence for Cranfield School of Management and a member of the Open University Advisory Board for a number of AI funded projects.