Machines that can obtain information from images and multi-dimensional data have been around for years, but what does the future hold for computer vision?
Business leaders are wrestling with how to integrate formal and informal learning spaces at work to nurture a necessary upskilling culture
In an uncertain world, the only certainty is change, so young people should be taught how to adapt in a constantly changing working environment
Applications of technology in classrooms can add great value, but leave room for the human interactions of skilled teachers
Among the answers: lead from the top and don’t be afraid of failure
“The empires of the future are the empires of the mind,” said Sir Winston Churchill—surely one of history’s most impressive on-the-job learners. In addition to his two terms as British prime minister, Churchill served as an MP, first lord admiralty of the navy and chancellor of the exchequer. He served in the army, could pilot [Read more]
A shift in attitude from having a job for life to continuous learning in work can keep the UK workforce relevant and as agile as the changing marketplace
Employers are still evaluating the full impact of the apprenticeship levy, seen by some as a tax and by others as a new training opportunity