How to prepare for life that does not exist yet?
Post on 07-Apr-2016
DESCRIPTION2014 Marcis Auzinsh
tHow to prepare for life that does not exist yet?Marcis AuzinshLabvakar cients dmas un godtie kungiMana vakara prdomu tma kur es gribu dalties ar Jums ir eit runa neiet par aizkapa dzvi vai kaut kdu ezotrisku dzvi. Runa ir par dzvi kuru ms visi dzvojam.Tad kd t vl neeksist?1
Each day there are 4000 new books pbulished worldwide, Cik grmatu m Js izlasiet? K atrast savu sot grmatu?7In one week The New York Times publishes as much new information as in the entire 18. century
Currently each year amount of new information generated equals tothe amount generated in the last 5000 years
David ChalmersAustralian National University, New York University
Current students will be using technologiesnot invented yet
Current students will be having jobsthat does not exist yet
Current students during their professional life will be changing 10 20 different jobs
2010. Gada pieprastks profesijas 2004 vl pat neeksistja 21Current students will be solving problems that does not exist yet
Half of what stdents learn in the first stydy year will be outdated when they will reach the third year
Rolf Martin Zinkernagel Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1996 I guarantee that at least half of what is written in this classical textbook is wrongHow to respond to this challenge?
Source: Riel Miller, XperidoX Futures Consulting; email@example.com Average intensity of know-whatAverage intensity of know-howAverage intensity of know-why (decision making capacity)Agricultural SocietyIndustrial SocietyLearning SocietyWHATHowWHY???26This has been known for a long time.
http://www.openminded.lvTechnology itself has its own adoption curve
Read more about the hype cycle herehttp://gtnr.it/1hNYL2EThere are people who think and people who know. Rarely both at the same time.
Gorge Bernard Shaw (26 July 1856 2 November 1950)Two percent of the people think; three percent of the people think they think; and ninety-five percent of the people would rather die than think ...
George Bernard ShawAlbert Schweitzer,(14 January 1875 4 September 1965)
Q: What is wrong with man today? A: Men simply don't think.