Watch now: A new approach to building a knowledge economy

The dream of the internet is making universal access to all knowledge. How can that be achieved? Brewster Kahle, the founder of the Internet Archive, wants to enable universal access to knowledge by collecting physical books. While libraries are throwing away their books in large quantities, the Internet Archive collects them and digitalize 1,500 books a day. It’s also collecting CDs of music available online and even television content, by recording American TV news. We’ve just added Brewster Kahle’s talk from the TNW Europe Conference 2014 to our TNW Video site and you can watch it right now for free. Brewster…

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