‘If I really want something, I can make it happen’

Fort Wayne resident Jamal Robinson is owner of Desiar Eyewear. From 4,000 applicants, he was one of 80 students accepted to Singularity University’s 10-week graduate studies program. He wrote this for The Journal Gazette. The goal was to address one of the world’s grand challenges with a solution that would affect more than 1 billion people. But it was the experience of  being around my classmates – extraordinary individuals from 45 countries, with diverse backgrounds and a single vision to change the world – that had the greatest effect. Singularity’s Graduate Studies Program at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley uses exponential technologies “to solve critical problems like water scarcity. Those technologies, including robotics, artificial intelligence and nanotechnology, must demonstrate continued accelerating growth of capabilities, driven by advances in the…


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