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In a new book, French futurologist Laurent Alexandre argues that as artificial intelligence advances, our education systems need to adapt, and quickly.
PARIS — It’s not a wave, it’s a tsunami.
In less than five years, artificial intelligence — AI, as it’s commonly known — has gone from the stuff of science fiction to the forefront of the news, from scientific journals to the strategic plans of the world’s biggest companies.
For Laurent Alexandre, surgeon, graduate of France’s National School of Administration (ENA), entrepreneur, futurologist and author of the recent book La Guerre des intelligences (The War of Intelligences), this isn’t just a trend.
It’s a coming sea change, one that will…