Fourth Industrial Revolution

Students will soon be entering the metaverse in Eastern Caribbean national colleges

New technology like virtual reality is one way to connect the physical world by simulating an artificial online environment. Image: Unsplash/ Remy Gieling

Diego Angel-Urdinola

Senior Economist, World Bank

Jimmy Vainstein

Sr Program Manager, Interactive Media

Cynthia Marchioni

Consultant in Latin America and the Caribbean Education and Social Protection & Jobs Units, World Bank Blogs


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