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6th graders love playing videogames — Thomas Suarez loves creating them. After developing apps like “Bustin Jeiber”, a whack-a-mole game, he is now using his skills to help other kids become developers.
Do kids these days have short attention spans, or does the world just move too slow? Gabe Zichermann argues that today’s video games are making children smarter — and we should all embrace the gamification of education and business.
Connor Brantley isn’t old enough to vote, but he’s already started his own political organization. In this talk, he makes the case that the first step toward a better government is ending partisan politics.
What makes each person unique? Using thought-provoking examples and neuroscience, philosopher Julian Baggiani tackles this age old question and argues that we are defined by our distinct combination of experiences.