David Brooks of the New York Times writes a fascinating article, What Machines Can't Do. He explores the differences between human and computer. You may be surprised to find out that machines - computers and robots - can do more and more. What are the implications for the jobs of the future?
How can education adapt to the realities of the Second Machine Age? In Education at the Crossroads of Humanity and Technology, Rick Stevens looks at how learning has been redefined in this newest phase of the industrial revolution. It was Pablo Picasso who once observed: "Computers are useless. They only provide answers." How do we deal with that conundrum as we learn to integrate technology into the classroom?