Tib Roibu is an emergent researcher of cognitive ontology and geometric cognition, with a developing background in data and philosophy of science.
He takes interest in future applications of AI in technology and academia under the auspices of avant-gardism.
In 2013 he created the Geometry Matters project, a popular science platform that delivers a variety of resources on the topics of geometric cognition and cognitive geometry, amongst others.
With academic studies in design, his broad spectrum of interests allowed him to identify and build upon specific niches and trends in cognition, which further lead to the development of the proposed geometric framework — task that has been his primary focus since 2018.
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In his client and research work, Alexander is involved in transforming organizations by integrating disruption in everyday business and defining new competitive spaces, the development of new strategic business competencies and creation of imaginative innovation methods. He believes that the exploration of possibility requires imagination as a prerequisite for strategic change and innovation. For over 30 years, he has enabled global companies as diverse as Motorola, LEGO, Whirlpool, Nokia, Navteq and Unilever, to develop policies and strategies that address emerging issues through strategic foresight and pre-competitive business models.
His most recent book,” The Philosophy of Disruption” was released in July 2022
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