Education, Skills and Learning

How technology can bridge the skills gap it created

Critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration are now key – and mobiles can provide all four. Image: Unsplash

So-Young Kang
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Gnowbe Pte Ltd
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 A chart comparing education approaches in the First and Fourth Industrial Revolutions.
A chart comparing education approaches in the First and Fourth Industrial Revolutions. Image: Awaken Group

 The future of learning. Image: Gnowbe
The future of learning. Image: Gnowbe

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