Tag: education

  • The art of facing opportunities: Jensen Huang's (Nvidia) speech at Caltech

    The art of facing opportunities: Jensen Huang's (Nvidia) speech at Caltech

    Be sure to watch Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang's speech at the Caltech 2024 graduation ceremony. It had the same impact on me as Steve Jobs' speech at Stanford and I want to read it here. Humanity in technology The first thing I want to highlight is the authenticity and humanity that Jensen...

  • Changing education to adapt jobs to AI: from operational to strategic

    Artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace and education is forcing the transition from operational roles (symbolized by the "blue jumpsuit") to strategic or advanced knowledge roles (symbolized by the "white coat"), it is essential to consider several aspects. AI is bringing about profound changes in the labor market and in the educational system, which is...

  • Wikipedia needs an Elon Musk

    The purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk, beyond being a simple purchase, teaches us about the management and impact of digital platforms in our society. In this context, Wikipedia, known for being a free encyclopedia, faces significant challenges: ideological bias and censorship. The transformation of Twitter under Musk The...

  • Hacking education VIII: keeping the illusion alive

    At the age of six a child enters our educational system wanting to be an astronaut and leaves at the age of twenty-two wanting to be a civil servant. Why do we laminate their illusion? Why do we gradually turn them into little gray men? Why do we try to make them into something that has no place in the 21st century?

  • My interview for Logic Crushing

    A few days ago Isabel Ginés interviewed me for her Lógica aplastante. It was a real pleasure and this is what was published. Isabel Ginés Once a project and an entrepreneur's intention to obtain financing have been presented, what percentage of the decision to invest or not in it would you assign to the idea and what...

  • Hacking education II: transparency by default

     Transparency and collaboration are the driving forces of this exciting century, and I say they are the driving forces because both are going in the opposite direction to the two driving forces that moved the last 20th century, such as the protection of information and individualism, typical of the capitalist ecstasy that has already passed. Before, in order to earn - let's think about earning money...

  • Hacking education I: creativity by default

    Thirty years ago, the prevailing dogma was that creativity was negative in itself, that creative people were annoying people who did not perform like the others, neither at school nor at work. We did not talk about learning or creating, but about studying or working. We identified professionalism with boredom. Today we know...

  • StartupSpain VI. A spark in the ecosystem

    In this post I want to show, in broad strokes, what is our drawing of StartupSpain. A project with the body of a startup to help startups and that we hope to begin to materialize throughout the fall. The era of big public spending is over. Institutions and governments have to be cut back in order to reduce the...

  • Lemonade. Lots of lemonade. By Jaime Bravo

    Startup Spain has to focus on the education of the youngest. Between the ages of 4 and 16 is defined if someone will want to have an entrepreneurial attitude towards life, or opt for a stable job that no longer exists, but the child could see in their parents and teachers. I open a parenthesis...

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