Le webdocumentaire "Detroit, je t'aime" raconte le quotidien des habitants d'une grande ville à l'abandon. Entre créativité, échanges de ressources et de savoirs, potagers urbains, DIY et récupération de matériaux, Detroit vit un renouveau qui préfigure peut-être la société de demain.
During the past 40 years, we have nearly tripled the amount of money we spend per student in public K-12 education. It was roughly $4,000 in 1971, and last year amounted to $11,000 per student. Over that same period time, our students’ math and verbal test scores have remained unchanged.
At some point within the next decade, according to proponents of the Singularity, machines will become so intelligent that they will start making decisions for us in ways that we could never imagine or understand.
In Bill Gates’ vision of the classrooms, students are grouped according to skill set. One cluster huddles around a computer terminal, playing an educational game. Another works with a human teacher getting direct instruction, while another gets a digital lesson delivered from their teacher's avatar.
Some of us complain their doctors are too stiff, lack warmth and are too robotic. But calling such doctors “robots” may be a disservice to RP-Vita — the latest telepresence, healthcare bot from InTouch Health and iRobot.