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Innovation is the change in technology. The question is this: how does innovation happen? Many people have believe that new ideas come from brilliant inventors that have lightbulb moments or an epiphany. Greek scholar Archimedes had a Eureka moment, Newton discovered the theory of gravity when the apple fell on his head, and so on. This idea has been popularized, but the truth is quite different. Most discoveries are based on long evaluation - slow hunches, and collaboration.
In this lecture we look at how innovation happens. We look at the slow hunch, the liquid network, and serendipity.
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