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Todd Rose, author of The End of Average: How We Succeed in a World That Values Sameness and the director of the Mind, Brain, and Education program at Harvard School of Education, referenced a TED Talk where Kahn Academy founder Sal Kahn presented a chart showing students who needed to spend extra time to understand and master a concept.
Don’t get discouraged if you feel like it’s taking you longer than your peers to learn a new skill at work–what matters is your openness to adapt to change.
As former Y combinator alum and ex IBM strategist previously wrote, “Some of us are born with more potential to adapt, but each of us can get better at it over time.
Yes, the Kodaks of the world have been very slow to move and adapt with change, and there are many startups that are tackling issues that very few businesses have chosen to focus on, or that their behemoth competitors can’t crack.
According to the MIT professor, the perception of this technology must involve a lot of “consensus”, a kind of “Permissionless Byzantine Consensus”, in which professor Srinivas Devadas is working in partnership with Ling Ren – o Solida protocol.
Francisco Duarte (Industry 4.0 Coordinator of Bosch Car Multimedia Portugal), Frederico Vaz (Director of Engineering and Network Operations at Altice Portugal), João Pedro Machado (Director for Transformation at Fidelidade) and José Ataíde (Advisor to the Board – Industry 4.0 at The Navigator Company) participated in a round table moderated by professor Miguel Correia, from Técnico, and explained some of the dynamics followed by their companies, teams and partnerships that have been created in order to innovate and respond to the challenges of digital revolution.
According to professor Luís Correia, lifelong learning will be a solution: “Técnico+ will upgrade the skills of people who are already in the labour market.
“We tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the effect in the long run”, he said recalling Amara’s law.
“ We must ensure that humans and computers are properly aligned before we reach superintelligence”, said the president of Técnico at the end of his speech.
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