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Latest News: Human skills versus Robot skills

Latest News: Improves handwriting and writing skills by teaching robots

eLearningworld News from the World “Humans are underrated” is the title of a new book by the journalist Geoff Colvin, which focus on how robots taking over jobs that traditionally has been in the hands of humans. And in which fields humans still outperform robots. The title of the book gives a clue that these fields are many and important where the answer is targeted at the nature of humans. As technology development advances not… Continue reading

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 10: Competence

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 10: Competence

The digital revolution gives fuel to the creative revolution. This creates the foundation for the shift of paradigm, where it is not any longer the best adapted that will reach the longest but most creative. In this spirit a career that runs up a shaky career-ladder is not applicable but a career goes forward as a result of choices. Such a society demands new ingredients for learning when it comes to school-education and further to… Continue reading

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 9: Labour Market

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 9: Labour Market

The creative industry is one of fastest growing business-sectors the past two decades. The mass-production society’s piece-by-piece production-lines and standardisation is replaced by uniqueness often directly from a human hand and mind. The old craftsmen’s business that was blown away by 1900th Century industrialisation is now being rebirth in a modernised form. This is underlined by the fact that the creative industry almost without exceptions consist of businesses with 0-9 employers. At the same time… Continue reading