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What is De-Know-Polization?

Most universities are no longer the best place to do research and no longer the best place to teach. Their societal service as innovators, places for new ideas to turn into ventures, for policy and government feedback, etc. can be done elsewhere. The 20th-century monopoly that universities had on knowledge is being attacked. Watch a 2-minute trailer, where Prof. Yesha Sivan explains the concept – an excerpt from an interview of Prof. Yesha Sivan to Benjamin Butler (Emerging Future)

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