Schrödinger’s Cat and Questions


Catalyzing Sustainable Development Goals and Shareholder Networks for Impact, Transformation, and Scalable Outcomes

ABSTRACT

The United Nations’ Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has created a global inquiry and call for action to address and provide solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. Its seventeen goals are a most ambitious agenda, addressing issues such as bringing economic prosperity, environmental sustainability, peace and social inclusion. The title of this issue of AI Practitioner was informed by Dr. Erwin Schrödinger’s famous theory of and was inspired by our goal to seek transformative cooperation.

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Author: Steven Pyser

Steven N. Pyser, J.D., a faculty member at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – Camden, is an international thought leader, speaker, researcher, author and advisor integrating “learning leader” principles with Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Value Creation to address complex challenges facing corporations, economies and civil society.

Contact: steven.pyser@rutgers.edu / @ProfessorEthics

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Author: Dhairya Pujara

Dhairya Pujara, founder and CEO of Ycenter, is responsible for building a global ecosystem bringing in corporates, universities and NGOs for creating experiential educational programs. He has been a global TEDx organizer and a speaker on entrepreneurship and international development. He sits on the advisory board for the European Commission program LASIN - Latin American Social Innovation network.

Contact: dhairya@y-center.org

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