Robert Montenegro is a writer and dramaturg who lives in Washington DC. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
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Japanese owners of the Aibo brand of robot dogs revere their electric pets so much they hold funerals for them when they break down.
Plenty of careers previously thought to be untouchable by automation have already experienced robotic disruption.
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History curriculum needs to place a keen focus on decision-making and scrutiny, not just rote memorization of names and dates.
Mergers, promotions, retirements, acquisitions, firings: there are plenty of reasons why the names and faces above you on the organizational change might change. In each case, find where you fit in the new...
Perspective-taking describes the ability to see things from another's point of view and it's an important skill to teach children early on.