Here’s a video essay from NI Week. Day 3 keynotes feature students and a noted guest. This year’s keynote was not a disappointment. Three groups of college students accepted various challenges including building an electric car (and driving it cross-country), building a more environmentally friendly car, and finally building a car that a blind person can drive. Finally, Dr. Mishio Kaku, noted theoretical physicist and TV personality, discussed the future.
He closed with an interesting thought that relates to my dialoge with Martin Ford (see here and here and here) by discussing the types of jobs that will dominate in the future.