Ready for robot lawyers? How students can prepare for the future of law

From algorithms and artificial intelligence to smart contracts, technology will transform the legal profession. Here’s what it could mean for law students There was a time when law firm trainees were essentially glorified administrators. They filled their days with photocopying, pagination and trawling through documents. Now, computers do those mundane tasks much faster and without…

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There are, indeed, amazing thinking machines out there, and they will unquestionably far surpass our puny minds and eventually take over the world. We call them our children.
Professor Alison Gopnik, Professor of Psychology and Affiliate Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley - iOi Patron
Physics has taught us that the world had a beginning and will most probably have an end, but the arts will teach us how to live in the vast expanse of time in between.
Professor Brian Cox, OBE

Why We’re Facing a Crisis of Imagination, and How to Overcome It

Leadership advice from John Seely Brown, Independent Co-Chairman of the Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, Amazon board member. This article first appeared on BetterUp’s blog. John Seely Brown, or “JSB,” as we affectionately call him around the office, is a BetterUp Science Board member and organizational learning researcher. He is the Independent Co-Chairman of the Deloitte’s Center for the…

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The Principles of Applied Imagination

Applied imagination is my specialty. I work with teams, typically with leadership teams spearheading massive software or transformation projects, using a navigation system that I created called the Imagination Age. The system was created to help individuals, teams and organizations abandon old habits associated with a way of thinking and working that is outdated, while adopting…

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The soul without imagination is what an observatory would be without a telescope.
Henry Ward Beecher, (US Social reformer 1813-1887)

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