Thesis Statement v12.02

Current approaches to authoring and evaluating business plans in the field of entrepreneurship are shortsighted and irrelevant. They are not designed to accommodate the conceptual space that is mandatory in a near-future scenario that displays an exponential separation of future possibilities and present capabilities. Without a collective abandonment of the field’s current approaches, humans in our near-future will inevitably lack the capability to create new models of business, thus becoming an irrelevant asset in the process of entrepreneurship. To amplify this critique, my work explores the design of systems that speculate a reliance on automated methodologies by developing semi-embodied cognition systems for generating business plans.


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