The financial and career limitations young people face sit alongside the way their parents raised them to “do what makes you happy”.
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Only 5% of people in OECD countries are any good with a computer.
Understanding how to harness the power of platforms and systems will be critical to address the challenges associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution and maximize the benefits to so...
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Keep an eye out, and you will soon be able to 'see' the very future of the public sector, writes Gregory Curtin.
The threats posed by hackers, weaponized IoT devices and other forms of cyberattack are not science fiction – they’re happening now.
The story of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is one of optimism —technology saving lives and the environment— and slight fear – consequences we are unprepared for. Professor Klaus Schwab...
A new report suggests that humans still beat robots in certain professional areas.
A look at what experts are saying about the future of work.
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The first industrial revolution pioneered the machine-assisted production line, and created modern notions of the factory and the city. The second industrial revolution ushered in a new a...
One of the largest jobs companies in the world reveals how robots are going to change employment forever.