Monthly Archives: June, 2018

  1. Global digital citizenship matters to the world

    Lee Watanabe-Crockett, Wabisabi Blog, “…global digital citizens are concerned with both connection and contribution. In other words, they know our technology plays a part in a much larger communal picture of respect and responsibility. A global digital citizen is a responsible and ethical citizen, leveraging technology to foster community on a global scale through connection…

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  2. Can universities adapt to the demand for relearning?

    University World News, Paul Rigg The illiterates of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot ‘unlearn and then relearn’. To succeed in the future, people will need to anticipate change and retrain and the most prized skills may be ideation and creativity. Nick Van Dam, global…

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  3. How AI can drive socio-economic transformation

    Reka M Menon, Chairman and Senior MD of Accenture India, puts forth the case that AI has the ability to drive forward socio-economic transformation in India. Menon states that AI technology “could add at least a trillion dollars to our economy by 2035. It will do so by augmenting labour productivity and innovation, driving growth…

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