Der Physiker und Philosoph Eduard Kaeser gehört zu den wichtigsten Stimmen in der Schweiz, wenn es um unser Verhältnis zur Künstlichen Intelligenz (KI) geht. Unsere fortschreitende Angleichung an die Maschinen beschreibt er als fundamentales Problem. Die vor dem Hintergrund gestellte Bildungsaufgabe laute jedoch: «Lernen, wer wir sind.»
The physicist and philosopher Eduard Kaeser is one of the most important voices in Switzerland to speak out about our relationship with artificial intelligence (AI). He considers our progressive enmeshment with machines a fundamental problem. However, he explains, the educational challenge against this backdrop is to «learn who we are».
Our second trend report is available for download. Its title is: Releasing the Chained Giant. A notable aspect of adult education is its particular focus on professional skills, combined with a public discourse that categorises continuing education and professional development as a literal survival strategy for the individual and society. Against this background, the qualities of cultural education remain largely obscured, as do the potential contributions that training and education might make with regard to radical shifts such as climatic change or an ageing society. Cultural education and processes of change TRANSIT is therefore proposing a new emphasis within adult learning whereby cultural education is re-evaluated and its potential is also discussed in the context of professional development. In addition, TRANSIT argues that more room should be given to education focused on processes of change, particularly since our response to radical change requires a form of education that helps to solve complex problems, whether at the individual, organisational, community, social or global level. Digitalisation In turn, digitisation has long been a persistent topic in the …
In the TRANSIT Salon of January 2020, Ulla Klingovsky, Professor of Adult Education, explained heterotopias.
Erik Haberzeth bricht eine Lanze für traditionelle Bildungsinstitutionen in einer Zeit, da überall über virtuelle Lernräume gesprochen wird.
Erik Haberzeth takes up the cudgels for traditional educational institutions at a time when virtual learning rooms are being talked about everywhere.
In June, the journal Education Permanente focused on the future of continuing education.
TRANSIT has published a first trend report in which the work of the last years is summarized.
The first public event of the Think Tank TRANSIT took place in Zurich on January 16th. Almost 90 people embarked on a journey into the future of adult learning.
TRANSIT, the think tank for the future of (further) education, is entering the next round: We invite education experts, practitioners and all those who deal with educational topics to a journey into the future. Our time machine is driven by the ideas and inputs of the participants, i.e. you.