We start a new interview and delve in to the topic of human based systems. This topic is one that should be a common one as AI grows. Our discussion with Michaell Magrutsche goes a bit off the beaten path as we look at the road less traveled. This journey leads into examining what makes a system useful and a focus on why we should build one in the first place.

The Basis For Human Based Systems

This is going to shock you, but humans are the most common user of a system. However, there is a rise in non-human systems as we build more and more complex integrations that go on behind the scenes and general automations. The Holy Grail of systems is one that is perfect for the average person and also easy to adopt for automation. That attempt to server to very different users is likely going to continue to be a challenge in UX and product design for a while longer.

About Michaell

He is an Austrian-Californian multimedia Artist. During his journey, he became a creativity-awareness educator through experience-based outside-the-box upbringing that he was forced into by his neurodiversity.

He is a self-taught, author of 5 books, podcaster, speaker, guide, former Newport Beach CA Arts-Commissioner and co-produced with Robert Evans. Fluent in German and English.

His ability is seeing hidden contexts which allows him to resolve paradoxes and arrive at awareness solutions in leadership, hospitality, customer service, communication, success vs. fulfillment and any form of creativity and culture.

He separates each problem/solution in human and system relevancy, which allows all participants/host/listeners to become aware and align needs. Without creativity there are no man-made systems, there would be no world as we know it.

He discovers patterns within art/creativity that foster creative communication and identify art-values outside of any art-product. This perspective of looking at creativity this way brings humanity together, shows its limitlessness and raises our human potential.

He discovered that there are three inherent human-superpowers that we all should be aware of:

  • Creativity
  • Healthy Dialogue
  • Adaptability

All systems need to be adapted to this strategy because without humans there is no need for systems. Humans and living beings and nature must be THE PRIORITY to keep raising OUR human potential instead of wasting our lifeforce with man-made systems (therein lies heaven on earth.)

Listen to his 30 second podcast THE SMART OF ART – The Power of Art and Creativity, where he provides conversations about this limitless superpower.

Learn More

Learn more about Michaell’s content at: https://michaellm.com/self-aware-art-education

You can also check out his podcast at: https://anchor.fm/michaellart
Connect with Michaell:  https://MICHAELLM.com #TheSmartofArt

Rob Broadhead

Rob is a founder of, and frequent contributor to, Develpreneur. This includes the Building Better Developers podcast. He is also a lifetime learner as a developer, designer, and manager of software solutions. Rob is the founder of RB Consulting and has managed to author a book about his family experiences and a few about becoming a better developer. In his free time, he stays busy raising five children (although they have grown into adults). When he has a chance to breathe, he is on the ice playing hockey to relax or working on his ballroom dance skills.

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