Executive Chairman C-Learning, Co-Founder & CEO of Statistics24.com, EdTech Adviser, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, TEDx Speaker (Education in the Digital Age), Author of 'Making Money from Stocks & Shares', Chair of the Board of Governors of an outstanding school, passionate about the dynamics of people and technology and fascinated by all things cyber-security. A keen traveller on a mission to meet as many people as possible. So far, so good. Always listening, so always learning.
Artificial Intelligence (#AI) is already here - what are the implications?
As we look at AI and how we interact with it in our daily lives, this virtual staffroom session will consider some of the unintended consequences of this aspect of technology and how we interact with and manage it. Award winning Technologist, Cat, whose career has span over 25 years in Computing and Technology will speak at a special edition the C-Learning Virtual Staffroom on Tuesday 19th October at 12pm.
Leading education technology specialists C-Learning will be holding the second in a three part online webinars in October to explore how leading educators are using Chromebooks and Google Workspace for Education technology to connect, collaborate and ensure learning happens anywhere.
Leading education technology specialists C-Learning (@C_learning_net) will be holding a series of three free online webinars in October to explore how leading educators are using Chromebooks and Google Workspace (@GoogleWorkspace) for Education technology to connect, collaborate and ensure learning happens anywhere.
“It’s bad, but we can fix it.” The words of sustainability scientist and Lund University Professor Kimberly Nicholas. The optimist in me aligns to this view, but decades of experience in change management is less optimistic. The old phrase hands up who wants change (everyone), hands up who wants to change (nobody) comes to mind. The way I see it, time is running out for humans unless we change radically and faster. That’s not something I ever expected to think. I’m less concerned about the planet itself because the planet will go on, but for humans it’s far less certain. The scenarios arising from the climate crisis paint a bleak picture. Food shortages, sea levels rising, increasingly extreme weather, famine, species extinction and so on. In my view as this plays out it will increase the likelihood of civil unrest and war unless we change faster and more radically. Do I think we can do it? I do. As Professor Nicholas stated, we can fix it, but experience would suggest we may need to be forced to.
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