Carsten Corneliussen is a Danish business strategist and analyst. A published author and publically noted for his research and writings about digital technology, media, broadcast, network infrastructures and consumer electronics.
With a background in telecommunications and computer programming and more than twenty years of civil service for the national telephone network, he pioneered in publishing the first national newsletter (MediaWatch) on the digital convergence of network and media in the mid-nineties. From 2001 - 2014, he has been the leading advisor and spokesperson for the national Danish Broadcasting Corporation, in their transformation from analogue to digital. Carsten Corneliussen is presently working as a private business consultant and recognized as a leading Danish "tech-philosopher".
Although a native Dane, Corneliussen has worked outside of Denmark as a consultant for many years and simultaneously performed as a contributing editor to multiple international news publications. He has written numerous articles and several books on subjects concerning digital change. And as a licensed psychotherapist, he combines thinking about change with his understanding of technology and advises on how this impacts our social and psychological behaviour.
This website is my personal Think Tank and dedicated to thinking about change. In particular relating to how digital, genetics, nano and robotic technologies presents itself with new possibilities for changing living and learning on how we organize ourselves in future intelligent "Smart Societies".
The website is in Danish, which is my native tongue. However, there is a few pieces written in English. You are welcome to explore and downloads these via the links shown below. My latetst book, however, is written in Danish. The title translate as: "The future is a mindset - not a product" (2019). My previous book is called "Digital Dekonstruktion" (2015), and is a free e-book with a summary in English (available in downloads); it offers a personal view on the digital paradigm with a philosophical outlook on how to cope with the next generation of socio-technology.