In a world where transhumanists seek to use technology to save humanity, and even to defeat death, surfing reminds humans of our staggering insignificance, explains PhD candidate Yaëlle Amsallem.
Even if it has been affected in an unprecedented way by the Covid-19 crisis, the industrial sector has shown a remarkable ability to adapt, explains professor Géraldine Galindo.
According to Dean Andreas Kaplan, “with the rise of artificial intelligence, automation, and corresponding upskilling, early-life degrees will most likely no longer suffice for the whole of a career.”
The Covid crisis has raised a certain number of fundamental questions about the future of the sport concerning its organisation, its governance and more broadly the viability of clubs’ business models.
The Covid-19 crisis has propelled remote work from ‘uncommon practice’ to ‘globally accepted way of working’ in just a few months.
“At some point last year, 1.6 billion students, and as many parents, have experienced edtech solutions in some shape or form.” CEO of EdTechX, Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet shares his take on the future of edtech.
Covid-19 is unlikely to be the last pandemic the world will see. But what if big data could make it possible to identify the emergence of a new disease and predict its capacity to become a pandemic?
In this interview, Prof. Martin Kupp explains why he decided to co-found a start-up aiming to make clean energy reliable and affordable with an EMBA student, and thus contribute to moving deep tech out of the lab.