Team:ETH Zurich/human/overview

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The main focus of our project lays on complexity. How does it emerge? How can we handle it? But also: what can we learn from it and what can we use it for?  
The main focus of our project lays on complexity. How does it emerge? How can we handle it? But also: what can we learn from it and what can we use it for?  
Our human practice project approaches these problems from three different sites: by listening, by discussing and by imparting.  
Our human practice project approaches these problems from three different sites: by listening, by discussing and by imparting.  

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