Tag Archives: Stanford

Furthering Medical Progress

It seems to me…. “I think history would say that medical research has, throughout many changes of parties, remained as one of the shining lights of bipartisan agreement, that people are concerned about health for themselves, for their families, for … Continue reading

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Misunderstanding Higher Education

It seems to me…. “The value of a collage education is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think.” ~ Albert Einstein[1]. Students, and some parents, question why they should go to college when … Continue reading

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Higher Education Benefits

It seems to me…. “Ensuring quality higher education is one of the most important things we can do for future generations.” ~ Ron Lewis[1]. Many U.S. schools and universities, which at one time were considered to be the best in … Continue reading

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The State Of AI

It seems to me…. “The purest case of an intelligence explosion would be an Artificial Intelligence rewriting its own source code. The key idea is that if you can improve intelligence even a little, the process accelerates. It’s a tipping … Continue reading

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The Cost Of Education

It seems to me… “Our labor force is too expensive and poorly educated for today’s market place.”  ~ Bill Gross, PIMCO CEO. The U.S. education system has become an embarrassing disaster.  In the span of one generation, our educational system … Continue reading

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Employment And Education

It seems to me… “If you’re not adapting to the very rapidly changing environment, if you can’t think creatively, you lose big in this society because there are very few jobs for you left..”   ~ Robert Sternberg. Jobs in the “tradable … Continue reading

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