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from enlightenment to entanglement

Harold Jarche

To change our systems, first we have to understand them, and where they came from. We have to figure this out together, outside the ‘system’ About 500 years ago a new communications technology came along and changed the face of Europe — print. The open-source sharing of energy will give rise to collaborative energy spaces, not unlike the collaborative social spaces on the Internet.

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Shaping (As Opposed to Stumbling Into It!) – The Future of Online Learning and Training

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

So I have a lens that says ‘Be careful what you wish for’.” - References AU MBA – “fellow deans of business thought I was completely bonkers” – took over 50% of exec MBA market in the country Things that will force us to change - - Globa spend on education: $6.5 when 5G rolls out - Collaborative Learning o Eg.

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AI for Nonprofits and Social Good: Link Roundup

Beth Kanter

AI can do this faster than humans to identify patterns. These insights can be used to solve social change problems. The platform is described as a “Slack-first” HR platform designed to help managers proactively combat abuse by fostering collaboration, teamwork, and inclusion. Allison Fine and I have been actively researching and writing about AI for Social Good and Nonprofits.

learning in complexity and chaos

Harold Jarche

Whenever people are involved, within a global context of climate change, the situation is likely complex. Today one must cease to be a passive spectator but an actor in this fast-changing world.”. In complexity, cooperation trumps collaboration. Collaboration means working together for a common objective around some kind of plan or structure. Work teams are collaborative. Cooperation is not the same as collaboration, though they are complementary.

What History Tells Us About the Accelerating AI Revolution

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

A few weeks before our lives were turned upside down by Covid-19, I read Technology at Work v4.0 , the fourth report in the Technology at Work Series developed by Citigroup in collaboration with Oxford University. The report includes an excellent chapter on What History Tells Us About the Coming AI Revolution by Oxford professor Carl Benedikt Frey based on his 2019 book The Technology Trap. Computers followed a similar pattern.

Why Some AI Efforts Succeed While Many Fail

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Winning with AI , - a 2019 report based on a survey jointly conducted by the MIT Sloan Management Review and the Boston Consulting Group , - found that 90% of respondents agree that AI represents a business opportunity for their company. To help answer these questions, the study looked for patterns in the survey data and in the executive interviews to uncover what the companies that are succeeding with AI are doing. Invest in AI talent, data governance, and process change.

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Educational Research in Learning Technology

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

community - maybe collaboration and communities produce better test results, and maybe they don't. Unfortunately, ‘the vast array of literature involving learning technology evaluation makes it challenging to acquire an accurate sense of the different aspects of learning that are evaluated, and the possible approaches that can be used to evaluate them’ (Lai & Bower, 2019). 2019) which caught my eye. This is a common pattern for systematic reviews.

Ethical Codes and Learning Analytics

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

2019) Ethical Codes As Standards of Conduct While ethics commonly applies to people in general, there is a specific class of ethics that applies to people by virtue of their membership in a professional group. Moreover, argues Gilman, a code of ethics will change the behaviour of bad actors, even if it does not incline them toward good. 2019) Similar functionality is also provided by IMS Global’s Caliper learning analytics (Oakleaf, et.al., Neelakantan, 2019). 2019).