It used to start with a problem, a problem that needed to be solved. In the 16th century, for example, astronomers had difficulty seeing clearly the planets and stars they were observing. So they invented more powerful telescopes. It sounds simple enough; you are faced with a problem and then you devise a solution. Now,... Continue Reading →
The Digital Revolution has created staggering opportunities but also created a "Knowledge Divide". How do we master the Knowledge Economy and give equal opportunity to all? How do we become socially active, participative members of society, judiciously using these new capabilities to secure a bright future of our democratic society? Three things need to happen.