“As technology advances, certain professions and university degrees that were once considered secure and reliable are now facing significant threats. The invention of simple yet powerful tools has raised questions about the responsibility of various stakeholders in this shift”.
“The law of Moore states that the number of transistors on a microchip doubles approximately every two years, leading to an exponential increase in computing power. If we apply this law to education, it becomes clear that traditional education is falling short. The rapid pace of technological advancement means that the information and skills taught in the classroom today will quickly become outdated, making it necessary for the educational system to keep pace with the changing needs of the workforce”.
“The truth is, there are no easy answers. The responsibility for ensuring that professionals and students are equipped with the skills they need for the future lies with everyone involved in the education and workforce system. From universities to government agencies, from industries to labor unions, all stakeholders must work together to ensure a bright and prosperous future for the next generation. Failure to do so could result in a workforce that is ill-prepared for the challenges of tomorrow”.