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Reducing the skills gap

Reducing the skills gap

Arts and humanities are fundamental pillars of any education system and more important than ever.

While education in Science, Technology, Engineering and math (STEM) is important, it is not enough. Tomorrow's generations need to become versed in empathy, imagination, and creativity.

Integrating the arts into STEM education is a necessary strategy to reduce the skills gap of the next generation. But empathy, imagination and creativity are required to ensure that science and technology are developed in a human-centred way.


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Trust in technology

Art is necessary to build an emotional framework to make sense of the dialogues at the core of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Art and culture build the trust needed to bridge conflicting views and interests, overcome obstacles with dynamic and innovative approaches and understand the value embedded in any process of technological innovation.


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Embedding art and design into prototyping

Embedding art and design into prototyping

Art and design enable us to deep dive into the consequences of futuristic “what if” scenarios.

A series of artworks can express and critique values before they are embodied in technology. Art provides cognitive and emotional tools to design the future and make creative breakthroughs in unexpected and emotional ways.


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Shaping the future of health

Shaping the future of health

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming health. It has the potential to make it more patient-centric, affordable and accessible.

Agi Haines designed a series of speculative designs that imagine which parts of various animals could be used in combination with human tissue to solve common health problems. Circumventive Organs show the messy reality behind commoditizing biological material, and its potential to help people in need.


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