Innovation from crises

Although it’s not by any means an ideal situation, it is exciting to see what sort of innovation and ideas will come in the next few years.

Crisis has a way of making us think in innovative ways, because we are sort of forced into it. It pushes us to try things we wouldn’t do in normal situations, and I think this is a good thing.

In the past, when humans tried new things, there was always a risk of dying, so we didn’t try new things that often. But we can innovate while still playing it safe, and I think we will have to if the current world condition continues as it seems it will.

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