A more recent addition to AI, ChatGPT, has taken over the tech conversation about AI. It's being used to write, edit, research, inspire new ideas, the list goes on.
AI puzzles many. What is it, how does it work, and will it lead to robots taking over the world? AI makes it possible for machines to learn from experience, adjust to new inputs and perform human-like tasks.
AI has been around for a while. From Alexa to other voice-activated technology, we’ve become used to it. A more recent addition to AI, ChatGPT, has taken over the tech conversation about AI.
While smart phones can be a good learning tool and are often used in a classroom environment to accelerate the learning process, just as often they are misused.
Social media and technology has opened the door to more possibilities of hacking, vote totals that can be tampered with, tweets deleted and infinite possibilities to influence voters with information, not all factual.
New ways of learning are challenging the traditional higher education model! This program explores the every changing scope of how teachers are teaching and students are learning.
Education has become more complex- and digital learning is now expanding how we learn and retain information. Tune in to see how this "new" way impacts how we interact, collaborate and build a "brave new world".
Our guest: Dan Burrus is the author of Flash Foresight: Seven Radical Principles That Will Transform Your Life and is considered one the world's leading forecasters, corporate strategists and visionaries. In the early 1990's, he joined us for two programs based on his then best seller: Technotrends.