Ms. Wilken, what do you think about …Transparency?
——Most of the world would love to be transparent—at least, that’s what people demand. Sascha Friesike explains why this often goes awry and why it’s much more a question of the right degree of transparency.
——Ms. Verbeek, what do you think about…restoration?
——Security makes teams more innovative: specifically, psychological security. The Swiss workplace psychologist Prof. Dr. Ina Goller has studied this concept and explains how it works.
——Combating climate change without “negative emissions” won’t be possible. Emitted pollutants must be captured. One method is known as Direct Air Capture (DAC), and the recovered carbon dioxide can be useful in other areas over the long term.
——He is the lead singer of the Austrian band Wanda and has become a star well beyond his home country: Michael Marco Fitzthum, better known by his alias Marco Wanda, talks about his own very personal secret for success, how fame has changed him forever—and what role change has played in all of this.
——Mr. de Masi, what do you think about … Security?
——Cultural scientist Thomas Bauer sets about exposing what he calls pseudo-diversity.
——Sofia Falk, from Sweden, is considered one of the most tenacious champions of diversity and inclusion. She offers suggestions for what companies can do to become truly diverse workplaces.
——Mr. Hartmann, what do you think of…Heterogenity?
——Sybille Lehmann-Hasemeyer, explains the serious consequences that speculative bubbles can have.
——Dr. Rainer Buland, director of the Institute for Ludology and Playing Arts at Mozarteum University in Salzburg, explains what potential our play instinct can unleash.
——Yannick Renaud, project engineer for simulation and energy technology, explains the potential of the new technology.
——In this interview business psychologist Carl Naughton reveals why curiosity is evolutionarily important, why it nevertheless has a poor reputation and why it is something like a scavenger hunt.
——Mr. Marshall, what do you think about...self-experimentation?
——Vivienne Ming is one of the world’s most distinguished experts on artificial intelligence (AI). Ming, an American tech founder and neuroscientist, explains why algorithms aren’t objective and why the use of AI is already encroaching on people’s civil rights.
——Mr. Youlden, what do you think about ...Motivation?
——Brigitte Zypries was active in national politics in Germany for more than fifteen years. She knows what it means to bear responsibility. A conversation about the challenges and dangers of acting responsibly.
——It was once believed to work like a hydraulic machine, then researchers imagined the human brain as a telephone switchboard.
——Mr. Fischer, what do you think about ...GUILT?
——Humor plays an important role in communication particularly in times of crisis. In this interview, journalist and speech writer Vazrik Bazil explains why jokes liberate us from within – and describes situations in which it is best to refrain from them.
——Ms. Ahues, what do you think about ... perspective?