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It's okay if you missed the deadline to apply for #GSP17. You can still get in through one of our Global Impact Challenges. The Miami GIC is open to ALL US residents!

2017 SingularityU Miami Global Impact Challenge

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03/25/2017 at 21:09. Facebook
Weekend Reading: the Future of Learning series on our Medium publication. [ On.su.org Link ]
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03/25/2017 at 14:52. Facebook
This GIC is open to ALL US residents, and the winner will attend our Global Solutions Program 2017 tuition-free! #GSP17

2017 SingularityU Texas Global Impact Challenge

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03/25/2017 at 00:06. Facebook
Roboticists frequently turn to nature for inspiration for their inventions, reverse engineering the traits evolution has developed over millennia. It's called biomimicry.

The Weird World of Cyborg Animals Is Here

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03/24/2017 at 20:57. Facebook
We were pleased to welcome Airbus Careers to campus to discuss how to use emerging VR tech to create an immersive educational experience.
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03/24/2017 at 00:06. Facebook
Now, Arianna’s exciting new company Thrive Global aims to help entrepreneurs and individuals make their lives more sane, meaningful and productive.

Arianna Huffington’s 10 Ways to Make a Big Impact and Stay Sane While You Do

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Singularity University
03/23/2017 at 22:15. Facebook
"In the same way that the internet democratized information, virtual reality democratizes experiences — including the educational experience."

Virtual Reality is the Global Empathy Machine – SingularityU

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Singularity University
03/23/2017 at 00:06. Facebook
"These findings could galvanize other fields that aim to emulate the brain, like artificial intelligence or engineering new kinds of neuron-like computer chips to dramatically boost their computational prowess."

Is the Brain More Powerful Than We Thought? Here Comes the Science

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Singularity University
03/22/2017 at 00:06. Facebook
Consumer VR arrived last year. Now the questions are how quickly will it improve, who will adopt it, and what applications will be the most revolutionary?

The Power of VR as an 'Empathy Machine' and Office Holodeck

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Singularity University
03/21/2017 at 15:07. Facebook
Fewer standardized tests, more personalized learning with the aid of AI, and maybe even teachers paid like doctors? Here are some predictions for the future of learning in 2025.

What Online Education Will Look Like in 2025

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03/21/2017 at 00:06. Facebook
Equipped with ever-more-powerful technologies, capable of both greater harm and good, leaders need to consider how their decisions will make the world a better place.

How All Leaders Can Make the World a Better Place

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03/20/2017 at 08:58. Facebook
What does learning look like when we can no longer anticipate what the job market will look like? In our continued series on the Future of Learning, we asked 14 teens who participated in an SU program what they thought education should look like.

6 Tips on the Future of Learning from Actual Teenage Exponential Thinkers

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Congrats Claudia Olsson (GSP10) on being named a Young Global Leader by WEF!

The first Swede to graduate from Singularity U just joined ranks of Jack Ma and Mark Zuckerberg

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Raise your hand if you'd like to be a cyborg.

Are We Ready for Cyborgs? The Tech Is on Its Way

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Join one of the greatest creative conferences in the world in April in California's beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea. SU community members get 50% off EG Conference with code SINGULAR. [ Egconf.com Link ]

EG Conference

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The many uses of "insubordinate holograms."

You Can Ban a Person, But What About Their Hologram?

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Learning the value of embarrassment from Guy Kawasaki, by the head of SU Labs Pascal Finette.

Being Embarrassed

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Taco Bell shares a great story about adopting automated machines that work—and don't work—for its fast food empire. We like to teach startups and corporations how to experiment and innovate with emerging technologies for the long haul, and Taco Bell has found success by doing just that. SU’s own computing chair Brad Templeton comments about potential opportunities in restaurant automation in...
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Why Taco Bell Killed the Secret Machine That Makes 900 Tacos per Hour

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