MIT Technology Review @techreview A media company making technology a greater force for good. Get our journalism: go.technologyreview.com/newsletters Jun. 11, 2019 1 min read

Should computing be the next “liberal arts”? We’re talking about this now with @isbellHFh of @GeorgiaTech. Here’s more on this subject. #EmTechNEXT  https://trib.al/gLPidAg 

There’s also this happening at MIT. (from October)  https://www.technologyreview.com/f/612293/mit-has-just-announced-a-1-billion-plan-to-create-a-new-college-for-ai/ 

"We’re in the middle of a very fast moving crisis. And it’s too late for us to respond to it effectively" - @isbellHFh #EmTechNEXT

“You need to embrace the reality that you have to make things scale,” says @isbellHFh, about offering his online class to thousands of students. #emtechnext

There are more computer science jobs than there are graduates, says @isbellHfh. The solution? Scale, scale, scale. #emtechnext

Computer science is a part of lifelong education, says @isbellHFh. In other words, CS is the new liberal arts. #emtechnext


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