Farnborough, United Kingdom
Collaboration between industry, education and technology leaders will be paramount to enable a sustainable revolution.
As the manufacturing, architecture, engineering and construction and many other industries face the future with an ageing workforce, immersive technology can help bridge the knowledge gap. Since Knowledge sharing and upskilling are key to growth, it becomes vital to establishing a strong Knowledge Culture, via community of expertise which will facilitate transition and promote transformation.
A recent report by the World Economic Forum says, 85 million jobs will be disrupted globally in medium and large enterprises across 15 industries and 26 economies, by 2025. The report also said that 97 million new roles will be created that leverage new-age technologies like AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Cloud Computing, Robotics and others.
So what will be the skills required for the future of work?