WHAT are the key 5 must-have skills for students? It’s no longer about getting all the exam answers right because you memorised the textbooks.
Oliver Tian, Vice-Chairman, International Alliance of Robotic Associations (IARA), with 3 decades of experience in the information technology sector advises that students should understand Critical Thinking, learn about Prompting, they should Leverage Technology, and must have Design Thinking. But the fifth is a surprising skill that most people enjoy.
Oliver was a panellist at the recent WedWebChat — How Will Technology Educate You For The Future Of Work?
The WED WEB CHAT — How Will Technology Educate You For The Future Of Work? featured 4 panellists.
Renee Tan, Founder and Managing Director of HashTaqs Pte Ltd, who helps businesses scale up and internationalise through brand transformation, omni-channel marketing and ecosystem development.
She is a partner for Artificial Intelligence International Institute (AIII), a think thank that
advocates Sustainable AI for Humanity
Oliver Tian, Director and Founder, Oliver Tian Associates, has 30 years working experience in the information technology sector – including public service. He wants to connect technology with human values.
He is also the Vice-Chair of International Alliance of Robotic Associations.
Prof Siau Keng Leng is Head of the Department of Information Systems and Chair Professor of Information Systems at the City University of Hong Kong.
He is ranked as one of the top information systems researchers globally.
He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Database Management and a Senior Editor of the Industrial Management & Data Systems journal.
Mahit Kanagaraj, a student atTampines Meridian Junior College who is deeply passionate about AI.
He hopes to become an AI developer or a machine learning engineer.
Watch the full discussion of WED WEB CHAT — How Will Technology Educate You For The Future Of Work? below.
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