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Published in Wired UK on November 2016.
How should we educate our children to be productive members of tomorrow’s society?
Educators are under-equipped at preparing students for an uncertain future, leading tomorrow's society to be shaped by yesterday's tools. Worldwide, ministries of education are increasingly considered expenditures (rather than investments).
Education technology went from pencil to whiteboard to cloud without changing the underlying operating system. Educators know this, but are incapable of causing this shift. Productive future citizens unlearn to learn. Embrace the language of technology, learning its rhythms, rules and grammar. The principles of code, the patterns of transformation.
Wired from the crib, future citizens speak technology by default. School can't afford to keep pace. Technology makers should have fiduciary duty to education, offering unrestricted training, cutting edge equipment and fiscal percentage points. Consider it a privately funded, publicly beneficial R&D investment.
I've spent my life thinking about technology.
I’m perpetually fascinated about technology at every level of abstraction: from dismantling a Game-&-Watch at age 6, understanding circuit boards to winning the Apple-keynote-prediction-game.Read More
The first in a now-defunct series of Sci-Fi Scaffolds: brief science fiction inspired stories extrapolating on emerging technologies in order to create plausible scenarios for the near future.Read More