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Published on Apr 9, 2012

Naveen Jain, of The World Innovation Institute, argues that we need to redesign our education system for the post-industrial era, at The Economist's Ideas Economy: Innovation 2012 event in Berkeley, California.

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  1. 1

    Cybersecurity simulation

  2. 2

    Is Facebook really making us lonely?

  3. 3

    Is Google really making us stupid?

  4. 4

    Would you give an employer your Facebook password?

  5. 5

    The dark side of big data

  6. 6

    What is big data?

  7. 7

    Who controls the internet?

  8. 8

    Does society benefit when we share information online?

  9. 9

    Opening remarks

  10. 10

    Urban friction

  11. 11

    Going social

  12. 12

    Linguistics and data

  13. 13

    On baseball and big data

  14. 14

    Finding value in data

  15. 15

    Explaining data

  16. 16

    The nature of the firm

  17. 17

    The world of big data

  18. 18

    Nanoeconomics

  19. 19

    Community entrepreneurship

  20. 20

    The new information architecture

  21. 21

    The network effect

  22. 22

    Big data, new physics

  23. 23

    The new disruptors

  24. 24

    Welcome to the Ideas Economy

  25. 25

    Is Facebook a truly innovative organisation

  26. Redesigning education

  27. 27

    Innovating for a global market

  28. 28

    Confession? There's an app for that

  29. 29

    The next industrial revolution

  30. 30

    Do tax incentives really stimulate innovation

  31. 31

    Solving political polarisation

  32. 32

    Unleashing human capital

  33. 33

    Using brainwaves to measure consumer preferences

  34. 34

    The world in 2050

  35. 35

    What does innovation mean to you?

  36. 36

    Should government be in the business of innovation?

  37. 37

    Who is winning the innovation race?

  38. 38

    Disruptive innovation 2.0

  39. 39

    The see-through consumer

  40. 40

    Dean Lyons performs

  41. 41

    The innovator's antenna

  42. 42

    The end of cheap China

  43. 43

    An Economist-style debate on global innovation

  44. 44

    Entrepreneurship for a disruptive world

  45. 45

    The long conversation pt.1

  46. 46

    The long conversation pt.2

  47. 47

    The long conversation pt.3

  48. 48

    The long conversation pt.4

  49. 49

    The long conversation pt.5

  50. 50

    The long conversation pt.6

  51. 51

    The see-through chief executive

  52. 52

    Megachange: the world in 2050

  53. 53

    Innovation in reverse

  54. 54

    Building a disruptive corporation

  55. 55

    The Economist-InnoCentive Transparency Challenge

  56. 56

    The Pictures of Tomorrow Challenge

  57. 57

    Tim Smith at The Economist's World Oceans Summit

  58. 58

    Sylvia Earle at The Economist's World Oceans Summit

  59. 59

    Charles Goddard at The Economist's World Oceans Summit

  60. 60

    A song of protest from John Wesley Harding

  61. 61

    The vulnerability of high-beta wealth

  62. 62

    The scope of Chinese espionage

  63. 63

    An unscientific political poll by Alec Baldwin

  64. 64

    Mark Penn on the space at America's centre

  65. 65

    The problem of rising global inequality

  66. 66

    The biggest threat to China's regime

  67. 67

    Can the press influence NFL reform?

  68. 68

    Arianna Huffington: how to cover political campaigns?

  69. 69

    Arianna Huffington: is journalism school necessary?

  70. 70

    Are robots really around the corner?

  71. 71

    China's tense relationship with social media

  72. 72

    DJ Spooky performs Mozart for cello, violin and iPad

  73. 73

    The real-life benefits of social media

  74. 74

    Mark Penn on the year of the independent voter

  75. 75

    Arianna Huffington: should Greece leave the euro-zone?

  76. 76

    Robert Rubin: what if Greece leaves the euro-zone?

  77. 77

    The future of jobs in 2012

  78. 78

    How high finance incomes stifle innovation

  79. 79

    Tom Kaplan on America's short-term thinking

  80. 80

    Stephen Roach deconstructs the BRICs

  81. 81

    David Bonderman on how to save the euro

  82. 82

    Why Occupy Wall Street matters

  83. 83

    Gene Sperling on the social compact

  84. 84

    Interview: Alec Baldwin and Daniel Franklin

  85. 85

    Google's Jared Cohen on truth and reconciliation

  86. 86

    Tony Hsieh on values-driven growth

  87. 87

    John Hagel on trust-based relationships

  88. 88

    Sherry Turkle on the merits of 'unitasking'

  89. 89

    Dov Seidman on the inspired employee

  90. 90

    John Hagel on successful failure

  91. 91

    Marc Cenedella evaluates the new incentives

  92. 92

    Herb Scannell on finding hidden talent

  93. 93

    Amy Cappellazzo on hiring creatives

  94. 94

    R Gopalakrishnan on training better bosses

  95. 95

    How to exploit global knowledge networks

  96. 96

    The people's will

  97. 97

    The Economist events; An overview. economist.com/video

  98. 98

    Upcoming Economist event: The Ideas Economy, New York City Sept 15-16th 2010

  99. 99

    Upcoming Economist event: The Buttonwood Gathering, New York City Oct 25-26th 2010

  100. 100

    Flash of Genius: Andreas Kluth

  101. 101

    The Ideas Economy

  102. 102

    The case for moonshots

  103. 103

    Cybersecurity simulation

  104. 104

    Leveraging data in the military

  105. 105

    Smart money

  106. 106

    Corporate chemistry

  107. 107

    Smart medicine

  108. 108

    The Economist debates...

  109. 109

    A connected world

  110. 110

    [Private Video]

  111. 111

    [Private Video]

  112. 112

    The case for moonshots

  113. 113

    Leveraging data in the military

  114. 114

    Smart money

  115. 115

    Can crowdfunding promote entrepreneurship?

  116. 116

    What is nowcasting?

  117. 117

    The great responsibility of being Twitter

  118. 118

    The lost art of understanding

  119. 119

    App developers

  120. 120

    China's future and growth

  121. 121

    Natural gas in America

  122. 122

    How to avoid global recession

  123. 123

    Charles Goddard at The Economist's World Oceans Summit

  124. 124

    Sylvia Earle at The Economist's World Oceans Summit

  125. 125

    Tim Smith at The Economist's World Oceans Summit

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