As the education, corporate, and government spheres continue to embrace artificial intelligence, we are faced with an important question: How does this new landscape affect learning, and what does it mean for our knowledge at the individual and societal levels? In this talk, Cerego Cofounder and Vice Chairman Andrew Smith Lewis discusses all that and more.

 

When information is all around us, how do we leverage it to develop our ideas and creativity? Contrary to what has been a popular sentiment—that ‘anything worth knowing is worth looking up,’ to paraphrase Seth Godin—Lewis details what it means to really know something, and the flexibility and agility that knowledge gives you to solve problems and build innovative solutions.

In other words, simply having the information available isn’t enough. Learning and retaining that information—turning it into foundational knowledge—is the key to unlocking the potential of the Information Age.

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