SXSWedu explores a diverse range of topics impacting the future of how we teach, learn and grow, by showcasing prominent and emerging leaders in the space. Learn more about each of the speakers confirmed for March and stay tuned as additional voices are announced.
Andrew Smith Lewis
Andrew is one of the original co-inventors of the Cerego Learning Methodology and has several patents in his name. He founded Cerego to create an open platform to improve memory and quantify knowledge. He wrote his first book in Japanese “Learn Faster, Remember Longer,” and he co-authored “Social Learning Revolution” in 2008. These days he spends equal time on R&D and working with our partners and advisors around the world. His passion for research stretches back to his high school days at Bronx Science, and inspired him to start three education and technology companies in Tokyo, where he lived for nearly 25 years. Andrew has many years of conference speaking experience. Most recently he has presented at top industry events such as SXSW, EDUCAUSE, ASU/GSV, and EdTech Europe.
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