On Wednesday, 27 February 2019, the College of Europe in Natolin took part in a panel discussion session on future-proofing education. The session itself was organised by Geek Girls Carrots, an institution focused on women in tech and entrepreneurship, and was a part of a wider series known as Hacking Carrots. Participants talked about the future of education, vocational training, universities, and much more! They even looked at how AI will be used to create individualised learning plans for us all.
Speakers included Mr Łukasz KRÓL from the College of Europe in Natolin; a representative of Microsoft, Ms Cecylia SZYMAŃSKA; and a member of the Panoptykon foundation, Ms Kasia SZYMIELEWICZ.
Photo credit: Geek Girls Carrots, fot. Paweł Szaławiński