Thanks for your fascinating Stanford talk on Monday - https://events.
At this stage in CC World University and School's development (which is like CC Wikipedia in 358 languages with CC MIT OCW in 7 languages and CC Yale OYC, and developing in CC Wikidata/Wikibase), there's an opportunity to plan in "teaching democracy" - coding-wise too - in all countries' main languages ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.
com/wiki/Nation_States (WUaS is moving soon to Wikidata from Wikia) ... as major universities (Harvards/Stanfords of each country) which will offer online free CC bachelor, Ph.D., law and M.D. degrees, as well as I.B. high school diplomas, and perhaps beyond specific courses. In what ways would you suggest adding approaches to "teaching and learning democracy" to either the degree processes, or on WUaS wiki side for open teaching and learning -http://worlduniversity.wikia. com/wiki/Subjects - to actually grow democracy, especially in countries that have room to grow?
Looking forward to staying in touch, and thank you.
Larry, as I mentioned in my question after your Stanford talk on Monday, WUaS is also planning to help develop Bitcoin and Blockchain in all countries' main languages, and re our planned law schools (eventually hiring "nationals" from all countries to be faculty, after hiring matriculated graduate students).
Thank you for your ISSIP talk this morning on "Decision Quality" thinking! How could we begin to "cognitive assistant-ize" (per JIm Spohrer) your very well thought out DQ framework gradually? (and per http://
worlduniversityandschool.org which is planning to become a Harvard in every countries' main language, accrediting on MIT OpenCourseWare, which is in 7 languages).
Best regards, Scott
We could build on two MOOCs for the curriculum. One has been offered by SDG on the NovoEd platform (Introduction to Decision Quality) one has been offered by the non-profit DEF (decision Education Foundation) that focuses the framework on personal and life decisions.
Let me know, if you would like to have a conversation for possibilities.
Sounds interesting and thanks for your email reply. Yes, let's talk. WUaS is MIT OCW-centric focused, and hasn't begun to explore coding-wise, by way of comparison, how any parts of MIT OCW courses might become machine learning AI cognitive assistants under both of our CC licensing - MIT OCW CC licensing allows for "sharing" and "adapting") but this could be fascinating to explore. It's the "cognitive assistant" machine learning aspects of Courses and CC MIT OCW then machine translated into any of all 7k languages that will be richly generative.
When's a good time to talk?