Innovation 2.0
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    Pantheon-Sorbonne University, also known as Paris 1, is a public research university in Paris, France.

Responsible Innovation
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    The first WikiStage SoScience conference brought together successful entrepreneurs and researchers to discuss the theme of "Responsible Innovation".

L'Innovation Pour le Climat
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    The MEDEF's only objective is to make France a winner and its only obsession is employment.

En France on n'a pas de Pétrole Mais des Jeunes Plein d'Idées
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    This event was organized at the Military School (Ecole Militaire) in Paris with a theme "In France we do not have oil but young people full of ideas".

Die Stadt der Zukunft
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    Die französische Botschaft organisierte zusammen mit Wikistage eine Konferenz zum Thema "Die Stadt von morgen".

Alexandre Jais

Will your future be 3D printed?
WikiStage Stanford
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    The talk focuses on the role of the 3D printers, machines that create three-dimensional objects from digital files, in the close future. Started off as an industrial piece of technology in the 1980s, 3D printing is now adapted to an everyday user. The technique could be found useful in various domains such as medical bioprinting or architecture yet the knowledge about is still not yet developed. Further education about it could unlock its full potential.

Antonio Meza

How can I create a vision for my future?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 3
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    Antonio Meza shows how to make our life vision more concrete.

    "The vision is not only visual, it's a sensorial representation of what you want for yourself and for others in life"

    "Life can be great if you dedicate yourself to connect with your purpose and make it happen"

     

     

Paul Warren

What are the biological challenges of going to space?
WikiStage Stanford
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    Space travel is one of mankind's greatest achievements of the 20th century. As we explore our universe more and more thoroughly, we face many challenges, but the biggest might be how to adapt to an environment where there is no gravity.

What does learning from others mean?
WikiStage SUEZ 3
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    Learning from others is a very important question nowadays. Let’s take the situation of the world as it is. It is called postcolonial world. What does it mean to say that our world is considered postcolonial? It means that learning does not come from one single culture or language. One easy way of characterizing the colonial situation is to say that you have, in a colonial situation, some kind of imperial language which is supposed to be the language of the learning, the language of the beautiful, the language of truth, etc.
    Everybody else needs to learn that language, as it is the imperial language, the language of the truth. To say that we are in a world which is postcolonial is that you have total equivalence of culture and languages. And this is a situation in which one can say that you can learn god knows what from god knows who. In other words, learning becomes a radically symmetrical situation encounter. You learn in a symmetrical situation that encounter is learning, in other words encounter is truth. In other words, you are able to step out of your comfort zone, your understanding, your own perspective of the world in order to embrace a different perspective.

    If you are precisely in a situation of understanding what it means that one language in the world is one language among others, one language among other equivalent languages. And, this is why this world is both plural, really diverse world, and also one world. And, hopefully, having such an attitude, adopting such a posture of understanding what it means to learn from others in a situation of radical symmetry is going to teach us some fundamental truth about our time - what it means to be living in a global world.

    We talk about globalization, but when we talk about globalization what it means mainly is that you have all these financial fluxes and fluxes of goods, etc. What does it mean for us, as human beings to learn to inhabit one single world? It means to inhabit it with our differences and at the same time multiply the richness of such a world by precisely learning how to live together, which means how to get from each other the richness of this world, and the multiplicity of perspectives. So, learning from others would mean one world, but one diverse world.


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Johannes Bittel

Who is the teacher in the 21st century?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 5
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    When you think about the future of education or the future of learning, there's one question that I think really matters and that is really important - 'Who's the teacher?' Because 'Who's the teacher' ultimately is a decisive factor in what we learn and how we learn.

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