I believe that human civilization will always evolve (not perish). I hope I can help you see a future that leads to a peaceful, equitable, comfortable and environmentally friendly future.
We are going through technological innovation and the assessment of civilization level, should we choose a higher social form or endless technological development? This is why I choose to do future systemic innovation and think about the impact of the next technology on our society and economy.
Equality is the cornerstone of our society, not only about justice, but also about how we understand ourselves and others. In an increasingly complex and diverse world, the concept of equality becomes particularly important. Our history is filled with the pursuit of equality, whether it's in terms of gender, race, social class, or educational and economic opportunities. However, despite some progress, equality remains an elusive ideal.
I am committed to building a more equal future. I deconstruct the past and break down the present in the hope of building a world that is more just, inclusive, and equal. My design projects focus on issues such as wealth gap, educational equality, regional development, animal rights, and even robot rights. I ponder intervention policies with the aim of addressing these issues through design and promoting social equality and justice.
The design and production of products are experiencing a structural shift, marked by a transformative departure from traditional engineering and manufacturing practices that have persisted for decades. This shift leverages advanced technologies such as digital twins, robotics, XR, cloud computing, data, and artificial intelligence. While the development of technology promises to enhance our lives, it may also exacerbate social conflicts. In this context, we examine how design can provide guidance for these "robots".
I believe the importance of sustainable and regenerative design lies in that they not only help to address the global challenge of climate change, but also assist companies in transitioning in the new low-carbon era and creating new business value. Through sustainable and regenerative design, companies can integrate environmental concepts into their products and services, thereby meeting the increasing demand for sustainable products from consumers, and also enhancing their sense of social responsibility and corporate image.