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Andreas Steinle
CEO Future Institute Workshop GmbH & Curiosity Council Member
My Vision for Communication
In the future, it’s possible that a range of communication hubs will replace traditional offices spaces – increasing inspiration, learning, and collaboration among teams. Following the principles of “social design”, the architecture of our workplaces will stimulate exchange among colleagues by physically bringing them into direct contact with one another – a feature Artificial Intelligence could optimize, by ensuring those with specific skillsets meet up at the right time and place.
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