Studies have shown there is no single determinant of sex, gender, or sexuality. Thus, a binary distinction of “male or female” fails to describe a wide range of humans in practice.
Complexity science is the study of complex systems. This includes fields like cognitive computing, systems theory, game theory, economics, influence, collective intelligence, etc. In a way, complexity science is a blanket term for any field that works with complex systems and requires “complexity thinking” and “systems thinking”. (see why common core).
The world is complex, and we need to understand complexity to succeed. This as true for computers, as it is for markets, as it is for politics, as it is for physics, as it is for social science, as it is for biology, etc.
Here is a great introduction video by Complexity Academy to supplement the articles below (I highly suggest their stuff, we use it liberally).
Factoids tagged with "Complexity Science"
Alan Turing can be considered “the father of computer science and AI.” Turing made major contributions to computing, codebreaking, and even helped the Allies win WWII.
The speed and complexity of our thoughts exceed our abilities of language and communication, specifically our ability to convey complex ideas.
Language can be thought of as a system of communication that uses symbols to convey deep meaning. Symbols can be words, images, body language, sounds, etc.
Blog Posts tagged with "Complexity Science"
Below we explain how currency gets into circulation via the Treasury, Federal Reserve, and banks, and the role Congress, banks, businesses, and you play in the process.
We examine political and economic inequality in terms of their effects on society, such as the social unrest that led to historic revolutions like those of Athens, Rome, France, and even America.
We explain the concept of conspiracy theories, including why people formulate them, using examples of famous conspiracy theories from history.