Successful employers now encourage innovation. Schools can create an innovative environment. But the question remains, can innovation be taught?
In the economy of the near future, a majority of people will work as independent contractors for global companies. They will be defined, sorted and hired by data (information) gleaned by algorithms designed to search the entire data biosphere. Had a rough childhood? You’re probably screwed.
Value Spring Technology vies for a seat alongside Apple, Google at the artificial intelligence table
AI, through enterpriseMind’s Ali tutor, has the ability to bring quality education to the entire world. Millions of children who currently have no access to quality education, including children right here at home, will soon have access to a modern, effective education.
Within ten years, we’ll have near space hypersonic travel to any place in the world in a matter of a few hours, habitats will be constructed on the moon and the first humans will set foot on Mars. Just like self-driving cars, space travel is going to be a thing.
Fast forward to 2019 and the search engine with the quirky little name and page rank technology has become the 3rd most valuable company in the world with an $822 billion market cap and almost 100,000 employees. They have graduated from search to search and destroy, with your children’s privacy hanging in the balance.