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Lesson for African Countries: Computer, coding classes to be mandatory
In addition, technology will become a key requirement in the junior and senior high curriculums, Deputy Education Minister Lin Teng-chiao (林騰蛟) said at a press conference. Emendations to curriculum are set to be introduced in the next school year in September 2018, with information technology, computer programming and living technology as the focus, Lin said.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Start Garden is working with Grand Circus to speed up the talent pipeline for the tech industry by offering coding and entry-level software development training. Grand Circus, a Detroit-based web development training company, recently opened a location in Start Garden, at 40 Pearl in downtown Grand Rapids, to offer workforce training.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is like Donald Trump's tax returns: Everyone talks about it but most have never seen the details.
Rapid advances in technology could have destabilising effects on employment and economic growth, and could exacerbate social unrest, the World Economic Forum (WEF) warned this week. Society's failure to keep pace with technology change will be one of the key risks under discussion as business leaders, politicians, academics and non-government organisations assemble in Davos, Switzerland, from 17 to 20 January.
Cape Town - As the World Economic Forum on Africa (WEFA ) 2017 starts on Wednesday, the founder and executive chairman of the Sekunjalo Group, Dr Iqbal Survé, provided insight by explaining what it means for Africa and how, if taken advantage of, it could greatly benefit the continent.