Education, Skills and Learning

Digital technology helped create the skills gap. Here's how it can help close it 

Here's how the manufacturing sector can close the skills gap – using digital technologies. Image: REUTERS/Andreas Gebert

Natan Linder

Chief Executive Officer, Tulip Interfaces

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