#EDEN14 Smarter training for smart manufacturing towards the 4th industrial revolution

Fabrizio Cardinali, keynote speaker day two

The industrial revolution clock, rapid progress provided over recent years. The digital disruption triggered by the internet moving us toward the 4th industrial revolution. New players, new stakeholders, new accepted models of producing and consuming, eg the digital marketplace, 3D printing as accessible to consumers, developments in robotics, development and commercial use of drones. Potential to be astonishing. Most growth driven by the US, how can we mirror this success in Europe? Cardinali feels it is possible – educators must play a part, need to react to change, recognise genius,…. But do it fast

About sharonslade

Dr Sharon Slade is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Law at the Open University in the UK working to support both tutors and students on Open University distance learning modules and programmes. Her research interests encompass ethical issues in learning analytics and online learning and tuition. Project work includes the development of a student support framework to improve retention and progression and the development of a university wide tool for tracking students and triggering relevant and targeted interventions. She led the development of new policy around the ethical use of learning analytics within the Open University, UK.
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