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The Future of Tech and Work

The Future of Tech and Work is how human beings work and the tools they use and will use in the future. For those interested in big data, the internet of things (IOT), block chain, artificial intelligence (AI), IOT, computer science and coding.

The Future of Tech and Work

Home Topics The Future of Tech and Work
The Future of Tech and Work is how human beings work and the tools they use and will use in the future. For those interested in big data, the internet of things (IOT), block chain, artificial intelligence (AI), IOT, computer science and coding.

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Mike Sepso on Esports and STEM Pathways

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast Tom talks with Mike Sepso about how esports is interconnected with STEM and learning.

The Future of VR & AR in Education

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By: Helen Vlasova. Many educators predict a bright future for VR and AR to improve the learning process and positively disrupt the education system.

Welcome To Human-Computer Co-Creation: What GPT-3 Means For Education

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By: Tom Vander Ark and Rachelle Dene Poth. Tom and Rachelle discuss Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3), a new deep learning language model that produces human-like text and it's implications on education.

John Winsor on the Open Talent Economy

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On today's podcast we’re talking with John Winsor, Founder and CEO of Open Assembly on the open talent economy.

It Just Got Really Complicated: It’s Time to Turbocharge Difference Making

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These complex times require a new sense of mutuality and, for our youth, serve as an invitation to difference making.

Conrad Wolfram on Computational Thinking

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Today’s episode is featuring a conversation on computational thinking with Conrad Wolfram.

Lifelong Learning is the Antidote to the Shifting Workforce

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By: The Skillrise Editorial Team. Along with the EdTech Center @ World Education, the Skillrise team is working to close digital divides and ensure that all learner-workers in the United States have opportunities to develop essential technology skills and digital resilience.

Fostering Jagged People – For Science!

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By: Carolyn Olsen. Carolyn explores how we are "jagged" people and the various ways to approach data science based on your strengths and weaknesses.

Ada Palmer on Learning From the Past and the Future

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In today’s podcast interview, the Getting Smart team is talking to Ada Palmer, a history professor at the University of Chicago

Michael Horn on The Next Chapter

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Today, on the podcast is speaker and writer Michael Horn.Tom and Michael discuss Guild Education their newly launched company, Next Chapter.

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