…or the case to make the UBER platform of digital education
A couple of months ago Jerimiah Owyang (@jowyang) talked about how disruptive the impact of future digital innovation will be creating a new dilemma he called “HellVen” : i.e. a word combination of “Hell” and “Heaven”.
I struggle myself with this dilemma. On one hand how can you not be a technology optimist knowing all the good that digitalization still can offer for both our future economical and societal development. On the other hand, the expected digitally enabled innovation is of that scale that it truly will indeed have the ability to disrupt labor markets.
“The second machine age” I read later perfectly captures the HellVen dilemma without actually referring to it. (MIT Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee) The book starts recalling how the industrial revolution and in particular the introduction of the steam Continue reading