Posted Oct 14, 2017 |  by  Education Week, Benjamin Herold

With technology radically reshaping the labour market, schools face the challenge of preparing students for an uncertain future.  Industrial robots and artificial-intelligence-powered digital agents have already made significant inroads into manufacturing, health care, logistics, and customer service.  In this article for Education... Read More

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