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Juho Kim on how we can augment personal intelligence by building better tools to capture and document our thoughts and research.
Susan Athey on the impact of news aggregators on internet news consumption.
Anthony Wagner on how our memory resembles "mental time travel", allowing us to travel to some point in the past in order to inform our present and future.
Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn, Chief Knowledge Officer at Cisco, envisions what the future of the workforce will look like when it includes more robots.
Esther Wojcicki, Jame's Franco's former teacher and Distinguished Media Scholar for mediaX at Stanford, explains how allowing students a bit of time every week to explore subjects they are passionate about leads to better learners.
Maria Frank, PhD candidate for the civil and environmental engineering department at Stanford University, outlines the components of emotional intelligence and explains that it is what separates great leaders from average leaders.
Haben Girma, Civil Rights Advocate & White House Champion of Change, explains how thinking of new ways for disabled people to interact with technology can lead to some of technologies biggest breakthroughs.
Nobel Prize-winning physicist Carl Wieman on what makes someone an expert.