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Are you ready for the 4th industrial revolution?

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It's been a year that I left my job at LinkedIn to start my new professional life in the world of education, I wanted to share the biggest thing I learnt during this time.

Our world as we know it is about to drastically change, with the recent huge improvements in the world of deep learning and artificial intellligence, we are about to enter a new world where robot will take over a lot of tasks that were done by humans. What will be the impact? How shall we react? How to train the workforce? Are few questions I answer in this deck.

Linked blog post here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/you-ready-4th-industrial-revolution-sylvain-kalache

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Are you ready for the 4th industrial revolution?

  1. 1. Are you ready for the 4th industrial revolution?
  2. 2. 1st 2nd 3rd ? Steam, Mechanization Assembly Line Software, Networks World leaders are predicting our entrance in the 4th industrial revolution lead by Artificial Intelligence
  3. 3. “We all dreamed of the day when robots would effortlessly takeover our mundane chores like doing the dishes” -myself
  4. 4. AI can already do more than that… checkout my new robotic vacuum! Man those things are useless. I will vacuum the flesh from your inferior bones!! Wh-What!? Uh, Beep boop…
  5. 5. drive cars
  6. 6. make art
  7. 7. beat humans at Go
  8. 8. And will soon take over your job
  9. 9. Oh…Haven’t you hard?- The industrial revolution is over..we won…
  10. 10. Forget Science Fiction!
  11. 11. Governments are starting to prepare for this Tsunami. The White House recently release a report estimating that 83% of U.S. low wage jobs will be automated.
  12. 12. That represents 66 Million Jobs affecting 62% of American workers.
  13. 13. Should we sounds the alarms of panic and call Sarah Connor?
  14. 14. Probably not. We should keep calm, embrace this industrial revolution and prepare our workforce for it. Keep calm and carry on.
  15. 15. Education, as we know it, is obsolete. It still acts as a gateway to knowledge that is no longer needed with the rise of Internet.
  16. 16. Schools as we know them cannot keep pace with our fast changing world.
  17. 17. It’s impossible to predict what will be needed: “65% of children in primary school today will end up working in new job types that don’t yet exist.” -World Economic Forum 2016
  18. 18. To be successful professionals will need 3 important skills:
  19. 19. Complex Problem Solving
  20. 20. Critical Thinking
  21. 21. Creativity Individuals will have to quickly adapt to take on new opportunities; they will no longer have a single career, but multiple careers that span different areas of expertise, which will require them to master completely different sets of skills.
  22. 22. So how can we apply this to better prepare our future workforce?
  23. 23. Several software engineering schools already addressing this. Using a project-based & peer learning approach to teach problem solving, critical thinking and creativity. Students have no formal teacher, no lecture and learn by practicing. This will permit them to better adapt and acquire new skills, even after graduation. Holberton School EPITECH We think code École 42 School 42 42 borntocode Xavier Niel
  24. 24. “Software is eating the world” Marc Andreessen
  25. 25. I am hungry as well AI
  26. 26. There is no doubt that Artificial Intelligence will consume our world, as well.
  27. 27. Although these changes will continue to materialize over the coming few decades and not overnight, their impact will be so tremendous that we need to start preparing now.
  28. 28. But until AI rises up…
  29. 29. I must go back to do the dishes!