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The Future Generations Program opens the way for young people to employ the technologies of the Four

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Post by rocky Sat 27 Nov 2021, 6:43 am

The Future Generations Program opens the way for young people to employ the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

[size=45]press release[/size]
[size=45]On the sidelines of the Global Summit on Industry and Industrialization Week[/size]
[size=45]The Future Generations Program opens the way for young people to employ the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution[/size]
 

  • Providing young people with learning opportunities and training on the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, enabling them to devise creative solutions that contribute to addressing climate change
  • The Future of Work session highlights the vision of the UAE to transform into  a major center  for future jobs

 
[size=45]Dubai, United Arab Emirates - November 26, 2021 : The “Future Generations” program, held on the sidelines of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  week, was   an opportunity for young people to connect with global sustainability and technology experts to develop common visions for the future of the industrial sector.[/size]

[size=45]The program focused on introducing young people to future industries and enabling them to lead efforts to achieve comprehensive and sustainable development through knowledge transfer and skills development initiatives. The "Future Program", which will be held on November 26 and 27, includes a series of educational and training courses delivered by a group of industry and technology experts and leading academics. On the first day, the agenda included sessions supervised by Schneider Electric and Accenture.[/size]

[size=45]The speakers in one of the sessions of the first day concluded that addressing the challenge of climate change depends largely on the young generation, and stressed the need to provide them with support by governments to enable them to innovate and provide creative solutions, as studies indicate that about 20% of children around the world are unable to To receive the education they deserve, which limits the ability of the younger generation to devise the necessary tools to limit the negative repercussions of climate change and strive to limit the expected rise in the planet’s temperatures so that it does not exceed the 1.5 degree mark.[/size]

[size=45] “We have a huge challenge and a huge opportunity ahead of us,” said  Natalia Kisina, Vice President of Human Resources for Gulf Countries at Schneider Electric. We are the first generation to have access to the Internet and information and enjoy a wealth of intellectual strength and technological advancement. If this generation cannot achieve positive change, no other generation will be able to change our reality. There is no doubt that we have everything we need to face the major challenges that our world is witnessing today, and we must provide educational opportunities for all, especially since we need to mobilize and benefit from all efforts and help each other to face the challenges of climate change.”[/size]

[size=45]He said  Ashraf Abdul Khaliq,  head of sustainability, health, safety and property in the Gulf states in Schneider Electric: "Economic will continue during the coming years , where the global economy recession , natural recovery and recession cycles. And epidemics will continue to emerge and have a significant impact, but we will be able to deal with them. However, the most dangerous challenge is climate change, which is irreversible.”[/size]

[size=45]Abdul Khaliq pointed out that humans caused the emission of 50 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year into the atmosphere, equivalent to the size of 20 million Olympic - sized swimming pool or a bloc of 85 million aircraft Airbus  A 380 .[/size]

[size=45]He added: “People can provide solutions to climate change through technology, innovation and creative ideas. The younger generation, talents and innovative minds should support local and global efforts to tackle these challenges.”[/size]

[size=45]Romano Massimo,  principal at Accenture, noted  in a panel discussion titled The Future of Work that the fear of job losses due to automation often comes to people's minds when they think about the future of work.[/size]

[size=45]Massimo said: “The future of work will depend on many factors such as automation, upskilling, non-traditional jobs and the changing nature of work. But the most important factors that will guarantee young people a bright future of work is the ability to develop and learn. Companies are making efforts to develop work by simplifying tasks and distributing them to employees, which exposes jobs in these companies to the risks of automation and thus job loss. However, if education systems can raise the level of students’ competence and enable them to develop outstanding problem-solving skills, they will ensure a sustainable future for young people.”[/size]

[size=45]For its part , it touched  Anu Anna Matthews,  director of talent and organization at Accenture, to talk about the outlook for the labor market. She noted that by 2025, the time spent by humans and machines to complete tasks will be equal, and temporary workers may represent 35-40% of the workforce. Meanwhile, 65% of today's children will work in jobs that have not yet been invented.[/size]

[size=45]“Hybrid work models improve job prospects for people who have previously faced difficulty, including people of determination and mothers. This increases the diversity of the workforce, and is beneficial for employers, as it brings a wealth of new ideas and perspectives,” Matthews said. She added that 94% of business leaders expect employees to acquire new skills on the job.[/size]

[size=45]Speakers discussed six examples of future jobs: personal data broker, AI educator, bioprinting engineer, designers of autonomous cars, vertical farm farmers, and engineers specializing in industries that capture carbon instead of producing it. Massimo expected that with the rapid adoption of advanced technology by the UAE, it will become a leading country in this field, where future jobs will develop and grow.[/size]
 
[size=45]-is over-[/size]
[size=45]Global Industry and Manufacturing Summit[/size]
[size=45]The fourth edition of the Global Manufacturing and Manufacturing Summit will be held from November 22-27, 2021, at the Dubai Exhibition Center at Expo 2020 Dubai, with the participation of more than 200 speakers from industry and technology leaders from the public and private sectors. The summit will witness the holding of a series of activities and events, in addition to an exhibition of industry and advanced technology, which aims to showcase the latest innovations and products in the industrial and technological sectors and the industrial capabilities of the UAE.[/size]

[size=45]Those wishing to participate in the fourth edition of the Global Manufacturing and Manufacturing Summit can register their interest on the summit website:  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  .[/size]
[size=45]To view the summit programme, please visit the summit website  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  .[/size]



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[size=45]For more information, please contact:[/size]
[size=45]Mohammed Shaban,[/size]
[size=45]Director of Strategy at the Global Manufacturing and Manufacturing Summit[/size]
[size=45]Email:  Mohammad@gmisummit.com[/size]
[size=45]Tel:  +971 55 900 8363[/size]
[size=45]Ahmed Hazeen,[/size]
[size=45]Corporate Communications Manager, Aisum X[/size]
[size=45]Email:  Ahmad@eyesomex.com[/size]
[size=45]Tel:  +971 58 508 4227[/size]

[size=45]About the Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit :[/size]
[size=45]The Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit was established in 2015 to build bridges between industrial companies, governments, NGOs, technology companies, and investors to harness the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to reshape the future of the industrial sector and enable it to play its role in building global economic prosperity. The Global Industry and Manufacturing Summit, a joint initiative between the United Arab Emirates and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), provides the industrial sector with an opportunity to contribute to achieving global good. The Global Manufacturing and Manufacturing Summit, as the first global multi-sectoral initiative, provides a platform for leaders to participate in shaping the future of the global manufacturing sector and highlight the need to invest in capacity building, innovation and skills development on a global scale.[/size]
 
[size=45]The first and second editions of the Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit were organized in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, in March 2017, and the Russian city of Yekaterinburg in July 2019, and each brought together more than 3,000 leaders of governments, companies and civil society from more than 40 countries.[/size]

[size=45]The third session of the Global Industry and Manufacturing Summit 2020 was held online under the title “Local Globalization: Towards More Sustainable and Inclusive Global Value Chains”, and included a series of virtual dialogues that started in June 2020, while the virtual summit was held in September 2020. The third session witnessed From the summit attended by more than 10,000 people and about 100 speakers from the leading experts in the industrial sector.[/size]

[size=45]You can follow the news of the Global Manufacturing and Manufacturing Summit first through the website  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , or through the summit pages on social media, Twitter:  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , Instagram:  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , Facebook:  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , and LinkedIn:  [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [/size]

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