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The Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI) experiments and spreads new ways of learning, teaching, conducting research and mobilizing collective intelligence in life, learning and digital sciences.
It was founded in 2005 by François Taddei and Ariel Lindner. The Bettencourt Schueller Foundation has been an essential and key supporting partner since the CRI was created.

[PODCAST] @FrancoisTaddei s'exprime sur les apprentissages de demain, notre rapport au savoir, aux intelligences artificielles et à l'intelligence collective.
Ces sujets sont abordés dans son livre"Apprendre au XXIe siècle"

https://t.co/4SXrRbJEfB
cc @franceculture @calmann_levy

Tomorrow, I will share how @TwistBioscience is supporting my PhD research during their seminar at @criparis. Free registration via
https://t.co/k6b5OpxDdW

Let's see if you get this message right: Thursday_6_pm @criparis _ Learning Center @CeliaHodent #uxdesign and #cognitivepsychology specialist _ Gaming With Brains _ Few tickets left, open to all https://t.co/t7M0aPfjtp

48h, 35 countries and this amazing landscape of our new relationship with #technology as #citizens.
Absolutely gorgeous and inspiring work.
https://t.co/H0tvLn18Y8
#techforgood #inclusion #techtransfer

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