Birds are already benefiting from cross-border collaboration.
Now a Berlin startup is using virtual reality to help firms remove barriers within teams.
A training exercise based on artificial intelligence and research findings allows employees to test scenarios from a variety of perspectives.
A pair of VR goggles, and users can experience life through the eyes of people of different skin colours or ethnicities.
Promoting empathy and diversity, and shaking preconceived ideas. Because what we experience first-hand demonstrably influences our future behaviour.
The training exercise will soon be available for everyone, giving private citizens a chance to raise their own awareness levels.
In the meantime, why not take a trip to this museum? Virtual reality can also support people with autism.