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Suddenly, ‘skills’ are in focus: If 2020 has taught us anything, it is the need for collaboration both within internal systems and internationally

Skills and collaboration towards a new social contract  One facet of 2020 has been the demonstration of how constrained nation states have been in protecting and supporting their citizens during a pandemic.

Global Educational Policies must be underpinned by new social contracts and a renewed emphasis on ethics

The impact of the #G20 2020, on Global Educational Policies @G20org  The #G20RiyadhSummit concluded yesterday (22 Nov) with a global, but virtual conversation.

Apprenticeships for a digital future: an international comparison

There is a fundamental paradox, if not a contradiction, at the heart of apprenticeships. Apprentices sign on to be introduced to work and the skills they need for the future by those who may be steeped in the skills and practices of the past.

G20’s think tank group warns missing generation’s skill gap must be addressed for sustained economic growth in a post COVID-19 era

Are #ArtificialIntelligence (#AI) based learning technologies the answer to overcoming current educational challenges? #FutureofWork #FutureofEducation #4IR  A task force of the G20 research and policy advice network, Think20 (T20), has identified artificial intelligence (AI) based learning technologies as the recommended approach to overcoming current educational challenges and ensuring existing and future employees are prepared to be a member of the workforce of today and tomorrow.

The AI Exam Algorithm is not to blame - Humans remain very much in charge and are ethically responsible for the consequences

#ALevel and #GCSE #ResultsDay - A Low Moral Ebb  On Monday 17 August FE News published a piece on a lack of ethics in AI[1] which I co-authored.

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FE News: The Future of Education News Channel had a status update on Twitter 2 hours 22 minutes ago

RT @ClearlySo: The UK #EdTech sector grows to £3.5bn as demand surges for digital classrooms and AR - @FENews https://t.co/JoO01FUTHa #educ…
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