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STEM careers and robotics

Self-navigating *vehicles, intelligent networks, *machine-to-machine *learning, robotics, artificial intelligence, *cryptocurrencies and a host of other technological *breakthroughs, once *considered *farfetched, are *revolutionising careers and businesses all over the world.

The days when robotics was a thing of the future of science fiction are long gone; robotics is very much a scientific fact in 2020. This digital revolution, or the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is charting the pathway for future generations.

Jamaica, like the rest of the world, understands the importance of a *technologically enabled society and *prioritises this in its vision 2030 Development Plan.

To accomplish this goal, the Government of Jamaica has declared its focus on proponents of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and math) in schools. Globally, “both private and public sectors report that 21st-century workers require skills that many of today’s graduates don’t have. Students need more in-depth knowledge of math and science, plus the ability to integrate and apply that knowledge to solve the challenges facing our nation. Children who study STEM also develop a variety of skills that are essential for success: critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and innovation, communication, collaboration, and entrepreneurship, to name a few

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/a...s-and-robotics
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