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If you want to build a team of innovative problem-solvers, you should value the humanities just as much as the sciences, says entrepreneur Eric Berridge. He shares why tech companies should look beyond STEM graduates for new hires -- and how people with backgrounds in the arts and humanities can bring creativity and insight to technical workplaces.
Science and the humanities have been antagonistic for too long. Many of the big questions of our time require them to work closer than ever.
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Two science and technology institutions top the 2022 rankings for arts and humanities. They know that the 4th industrial revolution needs critical thinkers.
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A new report from Humanities Indicators (a part of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences), based on a survey of over 5,000 U.S. adults, reveals and discusses various beliefs and attitudes the…
We need to stop perpetuating the false dichotomy between technology and the humanities. To do otherwise would be detrimental to society.
When people learn to code, they should also learn about ethics, humanities, and equity. Then perhaps they’ll be more prepared to predict the unintended consequences of their work.
Does the loss of confidence in the humanities suggest a problem about knowledge or a problem about value?
Reclaiming a broad and foundational understanding of ethics in the AI domain, with radical implications for the re-ordering of social power
The real challenge to building on the frontier? Figuring out human behavior.
«if this sticks, then it represents the first decoupling of economic opportunity from geographic locality in thousands of years.»
We can’t let big data produce small minds.
One discipline reduces behavior to elegantly simple rules; the other wallows in our full, complex particularity. What can they learn from each other?
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