Fourth Industrial Revolution

Why the arts and humanities are critical to the future of tech

The world's pre-eminent science and technology institutions recognize that we need a new generation of critical thinkers to guide us through the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Image: Unsplash/Brett Jordan

Phil Baty

Chief Knowledge Officer, Times Higher Education

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Stanford University topped the rankings for arts and humanities, followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Image: Times Higher Education

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