“At the tip of the spear, there is no roadmap.” It’s an idea worth spreading by Dr. Patrick Sullivan, Oceanit founder and CEO, to illustrate that at the cutting-edge of innovation and technology, there are uncharted opportunities to pursue.
During a recent episode of The World of TEDxHonolulu on ThinkTech Hawaii, host Rachel Yergan and Dr. Sullivan discussed his recent TEDxHonolulu talk on intellectual anarchy, the art of disruptive innovation that enables the navigation of the unknown at the tip of the spear to find the edges of thinking and create breakthroughs in science, engineering, and technology. [You can view Dr. Sullivan’s entire TEDxHonolulu talk on YouTube.] Dr. Sullivan explains that by empowering the use of transdisciplinary thinking, individuals from disparate worlds of thought can come together to solve some of the world’s toughest problems.
Streaming live on the internet from noon to 5 p.m. (HST) every weekday, ThinkTech Hawaii provides a platform for public engagement and raises public awareness about the importance of technology, energy, diversification, and globalism to the future of Hawaii. Learn more about this idea worth spreading by watching this The World of TEDxHonolulu episode on YouTube.