2008 Risk Strategy
London, UK - 1st December 2007, 21:40 GMT
Dear Open ATCA & Philanthropia Friends
[Please note that the views presented by individual contributors
are not necessarily representative of the views of ATCA, which is neutral.
ATCA conducts collective Socratic dialogue on global opportunities and threats.]
of the following 21st century asymmetric risks most concern you? Why and in
Climate Chaos; Global Credit Crunch; Dollar Decline; Energy
Prices; Food & Basics Inflation; China's Rising Dominance; Middle East
Instability; Iran/Pakistan 'Nuclear' Capability; Digital Attack and State
Sponsored Hacking; Large scale Digital Identity Theft/Loss; Russia's Re-emergence;
Environmental Degradation; Genetically Engineered Organisms; Water and Natural
Resource shortages; Decline of Ethics in Business; Corruption; Proliferation
of Robotics; Search Engine Technology; Nanotechnology; Artificial Intelligence;
Financial Systemic Risk; Extremism and Radicalism; Blended Attacks; Demographic
Skews; Pandemics; and Cyborgs/Transhumanism.
On the flip side, what does your prioritised list of opportunities look like?
Please respond directly at LinkedIn.
What are your views? Sign
In. We look forward to your further thoughts, observations and
Chairman, Asymmetric Threats Contingency Alliance (ATCA)
Quantum Relativity Group
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ATCA: The Asymmetric Threats Contingency
Alliance is a philanthropic expert initiative founded in 2001
to resolve complex global challenges through collective Socratic
dialogue and joint executive action to build a wisdom based global
economy. Adhering to the doctrine of non-violence, ATCA addresses
asymmetric threats and social opportunities arising from climate
chaos and the environment; radical poverty and microfinance; geo-politics
and energy; organised crime & extremism; advanced technologies
-- bio, info, nano, robo & AI; demographic skews and resource
shortages; pandemics; financial systems and systemic risk; as
well as transhumanism and ethics. Present membership of ATCA is
by invitation only and has over 5,000 distinguished members from
over 120 countries: including 1,000 Parliamentarians; 1,500 Chairmen
and CEOs of corporations; 1,000 Heads of NGOs; 750 Directors at
Academic Centres of Excellence; 500 Inventors and Original thinkers;
as well as 250 Editors-in-Chief of major media.
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