In the digital age, the future of the written word intersects with algorithms, augmented reality and podcasts, transforming in step with the way we learn. There is therefore only one way to ensure the future of reading: safeguarding attention against information overload
Apps, simulators, blockchain and artificial intelligence. Vocational training goes digital. The future in this sector, however, is still to be written, explains Franco Amicucci, author of ‘Apprendere nell’infosfera’ (Learning in the Infosphere)
Xi Jinping’s government faces a major challenge in the coming years in reskilling its workforce, adapting it to the challenges of automation and digitalisation. Beijing spent 56% of its global investments on education in 2019
Academic qualifications and hard skills will no longer be enough says the World Economic Forum. Companies require problem-solving skills, an eye for detail and a capacity for continuous learning, even without that piece of paper’
The latest data published by the Italian National Institute for Statistics (ISTAT) reveals that unemployment has fallen in all age brackets except for 35-49 years olds. Lifelong learning is the only way to avoid long-term unemployment.
The pandemic has thrown a wrench into the plans of many workers, who now seem to be looking for a new balance between private life and their jobs. “We are facing a new phase”, says occupational psychologist Michela Vignoli.