What Were the Most Dominant Empires and How Did They Achieve and Maintain Their Power?

Interviewer: Aco Momčilović, psychologist, EMBA, Owner of FutureHR, Ph.D. Student @ University of Dubrovnik

Interview with Mirko Sardelić, Ph.D., Research Associate at the Department of Historical Studies HAZU, Honorary Research Fellow of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100–1800) at The University of Western Australia; formerly a visiting scholar at the universities of Cambridge, Paris (Sorbonne), Columbia, and Harvard.

Part 1 is available here!

3. According to Joseph Nye, there are several types of power. Who had the strongest military power? Was a country/empire able to influence others with their economic power? …


What Were the Most Dominant Empires and How Did They Achieve and Maintain Their Power?

Interviewer: Aco Momčilović, psychologist, EMBA, Owner of FutureHR, Ph.D. Student @ University of Dubrovnik

Interview with Mirko Sardelić, Ph.D., Research Associate at the Department of Historical Studies HAZU, Honorary Research Fellow of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100–1800) at The University of Western Australia; formerly a visiting scholar at the universities of Cambridge, Paris (Sorbonne), Columbia, and Harvard.

Intro:

Arguably, one country could claim to have been the most successful and powerful in the world. It would be the United…


In the last 6 years, I was part of the team that organized — Meeting G2 — a business conference for Croatian Diaspora. It was a very interesting project, that allowed me to meet a lot of Croats from the diaspora, and to discuss their ideas, wishes, but also problems and obstacles that they are facing when coming to Croatia, and trying to do some business here. Through the Crowdfunding campaign that I did for Visnjan Observatory, I also met Dusica Hoban, who dedicated a lot of her time and financial resources, to helping people in Croatia. Since I found…


A brief guide to complement policy

Aco Momcilovic, EMBA. FutureHR, National AI Capital

Interview with:

Terence Tse, Nexus FrontierTech, Visiting Professor on Cotrugli Business School

About discussion he had with CroAI members:

Hajdi Cenan, Airt.ai and

Marijana Sarolic Robic

In your experience, what is happening with AI on the European level?

For the past several years, the European Commission has been producing numerous policy documents with the single aim of promoting the development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) based on “European values and rules” among the member states. This initiative is undoubtedly and urgently needed as AI technologies are…


Intro

AI as a topic has been very present in our and global media space for some time now, and the intensity does not seem to be decreasing. On the one hand, we have predictions, like the one from Elon Musk, that artificial intelligence will become superior to human intelligence within five years, to the more conservative ones who warn that there is a kind of AI bubble deflation, given that many projects have not yielded the expected results and qualitative shifts have not yet occurred.

Some researchers suggest that AI could be a new — “general-purpose technology”, one of those…


The Visnjan Observatory Crowdfunding Campaign has been successfully completed. With 1.300.000 kuna collected, new generations of future Croatian scientists will get a new geodesic dome, accommodation facilities, and a location for testing robotic telescopes.

This is my interview by Donatella Paukovic from Total Croatia News. The original article is on this link:

https://www.total-croatia-news.com/lifestyle/49826-visnjan-observatory-crowdfunding-campaign

One of the most prominent Croatian organizations that have been educating future Croatian scientists for several decades will soon be adorned with new equipment and accommodation facilities for many students who have been coming to Višnjan for years to learn about astronomy.

Monitoring and detecting asteroids, but…


How safe are we and where?

After a short conversation with the architect Boris Mrdja, at his suggestion, I also talked to the statician Ivica Grkinić, in order to get an expert opinion and answers to some questions. A lot of people are in suspense these days, and perhaps the only thing we can control to some extent is the quality and quantity of information that can help us look at the situation more realistically and assess the risks. Accordingly, we can then decide which options are available to us

  1. According to which regulations are buildings built in the last…

What Innovations had a Make or Break Impact on the Nations and Societies

Interviewer: Aco Momčilović, psychologist, EMBA, Owner of FutureHR, Ph.D. Student @ University of Dubrovnik

Interview with Mirko Sardelić, Ph.D., Research Associate at the Department of Historical Studies HAZU, Honorary Research Fellow of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100–1800) at The University of Western Australia; formerly a visiting scholar at the universities of Cambridge, Paris (Sorbonne), Columbia, and Harvard

Part 1 is available here!

Q6. It is expected that much of future warfare will be cyberwar. Many countries are developing their cybersecurity…


What Innovations had a Make or Break Impact on the Nations and Societies

Interviewer: Aco Momčilović, psychologist, EMBA, Owner of FutureHR, Ph.D. Student @ University of Dubrovnik

Interview with Mirko Sardelić, Ph.D., Research Associate at the Department of Historical Studies HAZU, Honorary Research Fellow of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions (Europe 1100–1800) at The University of Western Australia; formerly a visiting scholar at the universities of Cambridge, Paris (Sorbonne), Columbia, and Harvard.

Intro: The human species has a unique capacity in terms of abstract thinking and innovation. Our civilization has advanced as humans developed new…


And, do we have more women in science than in business?

After gathering and analyzing data from Google Scholar, in the first article I made some comparisons between 4 Universities that were included in the research. As a response, many researchers sent me their comments, complaints, and suggestions. And most of them were very useful and correct. As I mentioned Google Scholar and its measure of citations is far from perfect. Here is a list of 7 facts worth considering:

1. It (Google Scholar) measures and has different criteria for citations than for example Web of Science.

2. There are…

Aco Momcilovic

Ph.D. Student. National AI Capital Researcher. Human Resoucres, Psychology, Entrepreneurship, MBA…

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