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The Future of Automation and Its Implications for Educational Systems

https://youtu.be/uZJ9Xybdgl8

My presentation at the IDEA think tank of CERGE-EI: The Future of Automation and Its Implications for Educational Systems, November 12, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic | Chair: Daniel Münich

Presentation slide share: https://slideslive.com/38911757/the-future-of-automation-and-its-implications-for-educational-systems

Automatizace vyžaduje nový styl a obsah vzdělávání

ParlamentníListy.cz

Diskuse: Automatizace vyžaduje nový styl a obsah vzdělávání

Resources from CERGE-EI, Czech Republic:

  1. An application that provides insights into the associations between the economic performance of OECD countries, their public R&D spending, and their discipline specific scientific publication performance: Tutorial, Application
  2. An International Comparison of Academic Publication Output and its Influence in Selected Countries during 2012-2016

Human Capital Project

Video of the Week: The World Bank’s Human Capital Index

Проблеми в образованието ограничават развитието на човешкия капитал в България

Other news:

BBC 100 Women 2018: Who is on the list?

1) Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin, 33 – Social impact entrepreneur, Nigeria. Abisoye is the founder of GirlsCoding, an NGO that teaches girls how to code, design and build websites that help solve problems in their communities.

2) Esraa al-Shafei, 32 – Executive director of not for profit Majal.org., Bahrain.

3) Svetlana Alekseeva, 18 – Model, Russia. Svetlana survived a fire that burned almost half her body and now works to help people with scars feel positive about their bodies.

8) Alina Anisimova, 19 – Student programmer, Kyrgyzstan. Alina leads the Kyrgyz Girls’ Space School, which aims to send the country’s first satellite into space. More here.

13) Leyla Belyalova, 61 – University lecturer, Uzbekistan. Leyla is a university lecturer working to preserve Uzbekistan’s mountain ecosystems and protect bird species, including raptors.

19) Tamara Cheremnova, 62 – Author, Russia. Tamara lives with cerebral palsy, and writes fairy tales, earning her the nickname of “Storyteller of Siberia”.

36) Julia Gillard, 57 – Former Australian prime minister, UK.

37) Elena Gorolova, 49 – Social worker, Czech Republic.

43) Reyhan Jamalovav, 16 – Student and entrepreneur, Azerbaijan. Reyhan is a young entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Rainergy, a company that harvests energy from rainwater.

http://www.pwc.co.uk/economics: Will robots really steal our jobs? An international analysis of the potential long term impact of automation

Study: Major wage gap between Czech teachers and other graduates …

Ed-tech: In poor countries technology can make big improvements to education

The Effects of Compulsory-Schooling Laws on Teenage Marriage and Births in Turkey

Increasing Student Involvement to Decrease Underachievement: Experimental Evidence on Gender Differences in Performance

Categories Artificial intelligence, early reading, Human capital, Returns to educationTags

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