Hackers, empathy and neuroscience

According to Neuroscientist Moran Cerf, artists, hackers, and investors have something in common: the ability to tap into someone else’s brain.

How does one become a hacker, neuroscientist, pilot, radio host and storyteller? “A random sequence of events with no planning, that you try to weave into a story in hindsight.” Neuroscientist and Kellogg School of Management Marketing professor Moran Cerf describe his life’s path.

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