Wasserman Dean and co-director of the Institute for Immigration, Globalization, & Education discusses the future in a globalized world.
Wasserman Dean Marcelo Suárez-Orozco is featured in video with UCLA alumni as part of the University’s “Optimist” campaign. In a discussion with Nina Gregory, (’97) NPR Arts Desk senior editor and Adam Cheyer (’93, M.S.) co-founder of Siri, Viv Labs and Change.org, Suárez-Orozco explores how advances in artificial intelligence may affect us in the years to come, what key factors will shape the cities of the future and how cultural institutions are already evolving to reflect a more globalized world.
To view the clip, “Life in the Future,” click here.