ArtTechMetaphors was born out of the fascination for the symbiosis between humans and machines, for creativity (this essential talent for innovation, whether it is individual or collective), for the technological advances of the past years and the new trends, for the desire to understand how innovation occurs (its authors, how their mind work, the different creativity and innovation methods) and the desire for continuous learning – both humanly and intellectually.

Why ArtTechMetaphors?

We will no longer be “homo-sapiens” but “cyber-sapiens”. This site’s aim is to explore a world shaped by technology and to share the best content on creativity and innovation in all its forms: from scientific discovery to new trends, from the expression of creative thinking and personal development to entrepreneurial projects, to its application in companies through product management, product marketing and technological innovation – in short, this site is for all future cyber- sapiens.

“The idea that innovation resides where art and science connect is not new. The most authentic creativity came from those who were able to connect the arts and sciences.

At the heart of the innovations were those innovators combining imagination and passion with innovative technology. They believed that beauty matters and they were  comfortable at this humanities-technology intersection that helped to create the human-machine symbiosis. 

Almost all of them embodied this innovative combination of art and science and the ability to see art in mathematics and machines.” Walter Isaacson, author of “The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution”

Where to begin?

This site covers a variety of topics. Don’t let that overwhelm you though because no matter where you begin, it will only take a few clicks to find something of value to you.

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