Intelligent Systems: Can Technology Be Optimized For Lifelong Learning?

Intelligent Systems: Can Technology Be Optimized For Lifelong Learning?

By Stan Rosenschein Most Americans consider themselves Lifelong Learners (Horrigan, 2016). In most cases, what is meant is career development or personal development in the broadest sense.  If we look at a narrower type of Lifelong Learning — “Serious Informal...

Interview with Scott Moss; Founder of Sidewalk College

Date: November 19, 2020 Scott Moss, Founder of Sidewalk College Scott Moss discusses his experiences starting his first company with a $5,000 bank loan and the key lessons he’s learned along the way. From taking the company to $1 billion in revenue to his latest...

Webinar: Tech Disrupts Education; Uncovering the Digital Divide

Educators have long known about inequalities in internet and technology among students, disproportionately impacting Black, Hispanic, Native American, and low-income families. But now, as many school districts begin the year with at least some online learning, the...
Webinar: Disruptive Diversity & Education, Change the World

Webinar: Disruptive Diversity & Education, Change the World

Event Details Sponsored by McCarter & English Monday, May 6, 2020 Disruptive Technologists discussion on the challenges and opportunities that emerging tech has for age, race, gender, income, and its ability to further education and inclusion. This webinar goes...
Podcast with Lynn Rogoff on The Augmented Reality Experience

Podcast with Lynn Rogoff on The Augmented Reality Experience

Lynn Rogoff, MFA, is the Founder of AMERIKIDS USA Green Kids Media and associate professor of Communications in the College of Arts and Sciences at New York Institute of Technology talks about the augmented reality experience. She has been at the forefront of the art,...
Startup Showcase: Blokify App Lets Kids 3D Print

Startup Showcase: Blokify App Lets Kids 3D Print

by Zak Niazi I had a chance to talk to the founders of Blokify, a startup that creates 3D modeling software allowing kids to create toys physically or virtually via an app and 3D printers. The company is co-founded by Jenny Kortina and Brett Cupta. I met Brett in NYC...