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Why More American Workers Need Digital Technology Skills

“Fifty-five percent of Americans with a college degree or more say technology will make overall employment better, compared with 45 percent of those with a high-school diploma or less.”

Source: McKinsey & Company

How Artificial Intelligence will Transform Higher Education

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“We believe AI is a new scientific infrastructure for research and learning that universities will need to embrace and lead, otherwise they will become increasingly irrelevant and eventually redundant.”

Source: World Economic Forum

Why Artificial Intelligence will Enhance Human Potential

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Artificial intelligence (AI) can extend and augment human capability to help solve health, poverty and education issues. If there is a problem, taking a new look at solving it through the lens of AI will almost always be warranted.

Source: World Economic Forum

How Technology Transforms Education and Skills Demand

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As we embark on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it’s clear that technology will play a central role in nearly all aspects of our lives. Research by the World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children entering primary school will find themselves in occupations that today do not exist.

Source: World Economic Forum

How to Make the Most of the Digital Growth Phenomenon

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Digital transformation demands substantial investment in organizational capabilities, process innovation, and institutional learning. Best practice suggests that every dollar invested in ICT should be matched with a $4 or $5 investment in process improvement, training, change management, etc.

Source: World Bank Group

Lack of Computer Skills in the Global Networked Economy

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The OECD, a club of mostly rich nations, recently published a survey on adult skills, which captures information on proficiency in literacy, numeracy and computer skills. Almost a quarter (24.3%) of the people in the study don’t know how to use one.

Source: World Economic Forum

Why Digital Skills Must Become the Key Jobs Policy Issue

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“A WorkingNation-produced video which stated that within 20 years, 47% of all U.S. jobs are at risk of being replaced by technology, according to a 2013 Oxford University study.”

Source: Knowledge@Wharton