How will the rise of machine learning impact on universities? Why is it important for higher education to work with industry? And how should traditional universities respond to advances in technology?
Hermann Hauser, the entrepreneur who co-founded Acorn Computers and venture capital firm Amadeus Capital Partners, speaks to Times Higher Education about these issues and more.
The interview was recorded at the THE Innovation and Impact Summit, which took place in Hong Kong in June.
In a separate interview with THE during the summit, Dr Hauser branded European university leaders “chickens” for what he perceives as a failure to stand up for science in a “post-truth” society.