We should not worry too much about the growth of artificial intelligence. We should instead worry about the decline of natural creativity. Silvija is a professional and personal nomad with a multi-cultural passion for social and cultural changes caused by technology. She has worked in Oxford on some of the deepest theory of computer science, in Silicon Valley on some of the most practical applications of algorithms, in Oslo and Boston on some of the most profitable software products in the age of information, and now in Stockholm on some of the most regulated institutions of the new finance. She tries to connect the dots, showing how it was exactly her most frustrating minority experiences and her most challenging positive friction that make her, as all other curious and friendly cultural nomads, effective agents of change. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.