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Pasaulis keičiasi, o kaip kinta švietimas? Arminas Varanauskas, Žinių ekonomikos forumas

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  • Pasaulis keiiasi, o kaip kinta vietimas?

    Arminas Varanauskas,ini ekonomikos forumas

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  • Technologini pokyi greitisNuo revoliucijos ems kyje iki revoliucijos gamyboje 8000 met

    Nuo elektros lemputs iki nusileidimo Mnulyje 90 met

    Nuo Interneto iniatinklio (WWW) iki mogaus genomo dekodavimo 9 metai

    Prognoz: 2023 m. kompiuteriai savo galia pralenkia mog, o 2045 m. monij

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  • Keisis ne tik aplinka, bet ir mesIt will affect our identity and all the issues associated with it: our sense of privacy, our notions of ownership, our consumption patterns, the time we devote to work and leisure, and how we develop our careers, cultivate our skills, meet people, and nurture relationships. K. Schwab, WEF vadovas.

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  • Inykusi pavyzdiai

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  • Nykstani pavyzdiai

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  • Pavyzdiai, kuri nebuvo prie 10 met

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  • Pavyzdiai, kuri dar nra

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  • Rytojaus tendencijos

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  • 3D maistas

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  • 3D maistas

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  • Big Data (didieji duomenys)

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  • Dalinimosi ekonomika (sharing economy)

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  • Gen kodavimas

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  • Kelios netikslios prognozs

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  • I think there is a world market for maybe five computersThomas Watson, chairman of IBM in 1943

  • The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a noveltya fad.

    The president of the Michigan Savings Bank advising Henry Ford's lawyer not to invest in the Ford Motor Co., 1903.

  • Everything that can be invented has been invented.Charles H. Duell, Commissioner of the US patent office in 1899.

  • There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their homeKen Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corporation, 1977.

  • Learn to learn or die trying

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  • Arminas Varanauskas

    EF direktorius

    [email protected]

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