Jack recently graduated from the University of Amsterdam, where he studied Comparative Literature. He is particularly interested in the way people, systems and languages interact. How do we construct nature? How do virtual worlds become real? How do we translate our understanding of the past and present into a positive vision of the future? At NNN, Jack concerns himself with these and other questions.
Posts by Jack Caulfield
Next Generation: How AI could revolutionize the teaching profession
In various parts of the world, access to education is, or risks becoming, a huge crisis. UNESCO estimates that around 20 million new teachers are needed worldwide – and that’s not taking into account the huge number set to retire in the next decade. With this level of demand, some specialists believe the key to […]
Turning cities into parks: In conversation with Raymond Brouwers on Urban Street Forests
Urban neighborhoods with high-rise concrete buildings are often dreary and gray. Therefore, the Urban Street Forest project aims to color our cities with the planting of vertical forests by planting trees on the balconies of high-rise apartment buildings, involving local people, shops and organizations. We recently sat down with Raymond Brouwers, co-initiator of the project, […]