Technology has long left old-world industries in the dust. Typewriters, books and televisions have made way for high-tech laptops, e-readers and smartphones. The once niche advancements in AI and robotics have made inroads into our lives and living rooms, which goes to show how increasingly influential technology is in our day-to-day.
Smart agriculture has immense potential that is yet to be tapped into. Future farmers may well look entirely different from farmers of the past; their farms and systems will be a lot more upgraded, too.
Children and smart cities have one thing, if any, in common ? they?re both the world?s definitive future. In order to prepare children to plan, indeed live in smart cities, it is crucial that they are exposed to the principles now.
Children today are going to grow up with IoT in their lives, so it only makes sense that they prepare themselves for the revolution early on.
The world has come a long way from the days of the first robot. From natural language generation to artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things to self-driving cars, we’ve outpaced ourselves in technology. The world of sensors is no less …
Self-paced learning means removing learning from the confines of four walls and into a more customised frame with a global outlook.
If recent developments are anything to go by, then technology has brought precision and super-human judgement to a sporting world where every second counts.
With summer vacations just around the corner and travel restrictions not seeing any relief, parents can enrol their students to accessible courses involving in-demand skills. Today some of the most common courses for kids are robotics, coding, and programming. Modo’s introductory level course ‘JumpStart’ provides all of these and much more.
Critical thinking, creativity,problem-solving, empathy, and emotional intelligence are some of the skills that will never go out of demand. And will become all the more serious in the near future.
Young people are the entrepreneurs of the future