The “new” digital (hyper)velocity, in fact, in its complex interaction with the human factor and with social relations, preserves the original ambivalence common to any “factor” of change and to any social and cultural process. The complexity of this interaction, apart from representing an extraordinary opportunity, also eludes any kind of algorithm or other artificial intelligence system. An ambivalence and a complexity that expose our limits and inadequacies, which have been socially and culturally “constructed” precisely through the teaching and training from within our educational institutions, still incapable of taking in the ongoing change and, what is more, of providing a working translation of the widely acclaimed “paradigm shift.”

The Thinking Crisis in the No-Knowledge Society**

Piero Dominici
2022

Abstract

The “new” digital (hyper)velocity, in fact, in its complex interaction with the human factor and with social relations, preserves the original ambivalence common to any “factor” of change and to any social and cultural process. The complexity of this interaction, apart from representing an extraordinary opportunity, also eludes any kind of algorithm or other artificial intelligence system. An ambivalence and a complexity that expose our limits and inadequacies, which have been socially and culturally “constructed” precisely through the teaching and training from within our educational institutions, still incapable of taking in the ongoing change and, what is more, of providing a working translation of the widely acclaimed “paradigm shift.”
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