NSTletters: The revolution which emphasises automation and artificial intelligence will have a direct impact on manpower requirements.
THE Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) will not only be changing business models and employment trends but also the way we live, work and communicate.
The unemployment statistics did not indicate whether we are on the right track in grooming our youth, especially our graduates, to face IR4.0 as yet.
Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik should have frequent dialogue with employers to find out why they are not willing to employ local graduates. He should also seek regular feedback from various industries with the aim of gathering relevant data relating to the on-going changes which are taking place in the workplace.
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PIEX a catalyst for state's economic sectorsIPOH:The upcoming Perak International Expo (PIEX) will serve as a catalyst for the state’s economic sectors with the ongoing Industrial Revolution 4.0, Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu said.
Pursuing courses to keep pace with digital advancesTHE advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) calls for a shift in workforce demands. Graduates need the right skills to navigate more automation and ground-breaking technologies in the workplace.
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