"I see 2016 as the year in which we will make great strides in putting the 'personal' back into fitness. Already we've seen great progress in delivering individualized insights for elite athletes, and it won't be long before we see a similar level of personalization for consumers powered by the improvements made in the way we identify underlying relationships in data collected."—Stacey Burr, Managing Director, adidas Digital Sports
"We know that there is a high demand for an educated workforce with science skills. Hands-on learning is a proven way to engage students in this type of learning. We have to create excitement within younger students today and allow them to develop their natural curiosity to explore, create and share their scientific ideas. It's not just student's technical skills that benefit from this approach to learning. The spillover is that students develop better ways to approach and think about problems, which is just as valuable as the technical skills themselves."—Steven Mackenzie, Educational Concept Developer, LEGO Education
Check out more speakers’ responses in Living in Digital Times’s press release.