The Science of Innovation and Deep Learning

Fenella SaundersMar 8, 2016 Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Dean of Arts and Sciences Karen Oates, who also served as former deputy director for undergraduate education at the National Science Foundation, studies innovation and how people and groups achieve it. In this Hangout, she speaks with managing editor Fenella Saunders about fostering innovation in others, particularly asking ‘how professors can foster atmospheres of deep learning so that students can be more innovative?’ A Storify of the Tweets detailing the discussion is shown below. [<a href=”//storify.com/AmSciMag/the-science-of-innovation-and-deep-learning” target=”_blank”>View the story “The Science of Innovation and Deep Learning” on Storify</a>] This post is published in From the Staff   Recent Blogs Kaitlin Stack WhitneyJun 16, 2015 As an insect ecologist, the driving force behind my career choices is to conserve insects and biodiversity,…


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