Happiness drives innovation, and innovation drives happiness. So is it any wonder that toys have proven to be one of the most successful tools for inspiring the next generation of innovators? In this talk, Amy Blankson will share how the Maker Movement is using EdTech to equip young people to take on the challenges of the future and find new solutions.
Amy Blankson writes and speaks about how to cultivate happiness in the digital era. She’s the Founder of The TechWell Project, serves as a regular contributor for Forbes, and is the bestselling author of The Future of Happiness. In her research, she has personally tested over 500 gadgets, apps, and devices in the well-being space and spends her days thinking about how to make the world a better place. Blankson currently serves on the UN Global Happiness Council, is a Fellow at the World Innovation Organization, and volunteers with the IEEE where she is helping to create standards for well-being in artificial intelligence.