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NewSchools is Looking for Ideas for the Future of Work (Oakland, CA, February 22, 2018) – This week we’re excited to announce the opening of NewSchools’ latest ed tech funding opportunity, the . This opportunity is open to entrepreneurs developing technology-enabled learning experiences, instructional content, learning diagnostics, administrative tools and other products that help middle and high school students develop skills and knowledge help them succeed in the jobs of tomorrow. Applications are open through March 18.
Neuroscientists at the Neuronano Research Centre at Lund University in Sweden have developed and tested an ambitious new design for processing and storing the massive amounts of data expected from future implantable brain machine interfaces (BMIs) and brain-computer interfaces (BCIs). The system would simultaneously acquire data from more than 1 million neurons in real time. [...]
The AI Expo Global, the leading artificial intelligence Conference & Exhibition event will take place on April 18-19th in London’s Olympia. It is a showcase of next generation technologies and strategies from the world of Artificial Intelligence, an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in driving forward your business in 2018 and beyond. 3 [...]
The International Space Development Conference® (ISDC® 2018) program will include sessions on: In 2018 commercial space travel will begin putting people into space. In February 2017 Elon Musk announced that SpaceX will fly two private citizens on a trip around the moon in 2018. In April 2017 George Whitesides confirmed that Virgin Galactic is on track to [...]
This blog was also cross-posted on . I’m an ed tech investor. It’s my job to keep an eye on the future. What I’m seeing on the horizon is exciting, but also a bit scary. The world of work is rapidly changing. Many of the jobs that exist today won’t be around in the next 10–15 years, and workers are going to need a whole new set of skills. Like many, I’m concerned we aren’t doing enough to prepare students for this reality. I’m also a mother of three curious and talented children, and it’s my job to keep my eyes on them — their dreams, passions and aspirations.