Welcome to the Open Online lectures on the Unicist Evolutionary Approach. We recommend pre-registering in advance to guarantee your participation.
This lecture is focused on providing an introduction to unicist value adding strategies and zero sum strategies to deal with competitive scenarios. Strategies are conscious processes that need to integrate maximal strategies, called value adding approaches, to expand with minimum strategies to survive. You need to begin with a value adding strategy to complement the environment and end with a zero sum strategy to compete with the alternatives. REGISTER
This lecture is focused on the nature of unicist artificial intelligence. The traditional artificial intelligence is implicitly an emulation of analogical thinking while unicist artificial intelligence is based on conceptual thinking. Concepts work as behavioral objects that drive human actions, which are stored in the long-term memory. REGISTER
This lecture is focused on the nature of cognitive systems as part of the solutions introduced by the 4th Industrial Revolution. The purpose of cognitive systems is to interpret reality. The human brain is “the” paradigmatic example of a cognitive system. The use of cognitive systems is necessary to deal with adaptive systems. REGISTER
This lecture introduces Unicist Evolutionary Economics to manage sustainable growth. The discovery of the unicist ontogenesis of evolution provided the model needed to install evolutionary economics to manage the sustainability of economic evolution. It allows developing 50-year projects that empower knowledge economy and microeconomics driven development. REGISTER
This lecture is focused on the nature of the 4th Industrial Revolution as an upgrade towards a superior level of value generation. The unicist approach to this revolution is based on managing the unified field of business functions to increase their adaptability, productivity, quality, customer orientation and sustainability. REGISTER
This lecture is focused on the discovery that the concepts people have in their long-term memory drive their actions and that the conceptual short-term memory triggers perception. These discoveries drove marketing to a superior level that allowed developing the unicist conceptual segmentation model to influence buying decisions. REGISTER
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