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Education & the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Ubiquitous, mobile supercomputing. Intelligent robots. Self-driving cars. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. Artificial intelligence. Climate change. Population growth and the rise of the precariat. What do these mean for the future of work, social agency and education? Brown-Martin considers the opportunities, exciting possibilities, and significant challenges of the fourth industrial revolution and how our global education systems can respond.

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  1. What does the fourth industrial revolution mean?
  2. How can we go beyond the traditional passage of information in order to acquire deep understanding of a subject?
  3. How pi-top fits into the Learning by Making revolution.


  • Graham Brown-Martin, Chief Education & Product Officer, pi-top


Grace Morales, US Marketing Manager, pi-top

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