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Wealth of Nations : THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on employment and education

Kenneth Baker, the Edge Foundation, 2016년 발간

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Economics digital, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, employment, education 없음 Not Yet Global

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요약

The nature and number of jobs is set to change dramatically, as this visionary booklet outlines. In

2015, the Bank of England estimated that up to 15 million jobs in Britain are at risk. Societies with

large numbers of jobless are unhappy, dangerous places.

Yet schools and universities continue to trot out their twentieth-century, nineteenth even, formulae.

Economic revolutions in the past, they say, have always been advantageous; this one will be no

different. Ah, but it will be. Very different.

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Foreword by Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of The University of Buckingham 2

Tomorrow’s technology is already here 4

The Fourth Industrial Revolution 6

Agents of disruptive technology 8

How will this affect employment and over what timescale? 10

What will this mean for future jobs? 12

How the nature of work will change 14

What we can learn from University Technical Colleges 16

What this means for the education system as a whole 21

A new programme for education 24

Notes 26

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