As we engineer machines to do what humans can do and as we engineer the biology of our own selves, we are becoming gods. Can we get good at being a god?
Anticipating powerful new technologies, Kevin Kelly visited campus to discuss a framework for questioning what it means to be human, and what comes after being human.
Shelby Steele has written widely on race in American society and the consequences of contemporary social programs on race relations. Steele received the Bradley Prize for his contributions to the study of race in America, and he was awarded the National Humanities Medal.
Leadership has become all the more important in uncertain times, and the challenge is to build leaders and well-led teams in companies, communities, and colleges. Drawing on challenging times and moments of decision, Michael Useem identified what is required to strengthen leadership.