Global Summit 2017 – Organizations and the Next Economy with John Hagel and Clayton Christensen
This morning we joined John Hagel, Clayton Christensen, and Carin Watson to discuss organizations and future of the economy. As we discussed creating disruptive innovation and the decisions that organizations must make to get there, these key points stood out to our team in the audience:
Instead of asking, “are robots becoming more human?” we need to ask “are humans becoming more robotic?”
For more than 65 years, computer scientists have studied whether robots' behavior could become indistinguishable from human intelligence. But while we’ve focused on machines, have we ignored changes to our own capabilities? In a book due to be published next year, Being Human in the 21st Century, a law professor and a philosopher argue that we’ve overlooked the...
Inside the Online School That Could Radically Change How Kids Learn Everywhere
"Virtual schools" are on the rise, but studies find they're not doing a good job. Now one school in New Hampshire is pointing the way to online ed's future.