The jobs of tomorrow don’t exist today.— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
People skills are critical to ensure we embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution.— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
Embrace programs that equip you with skills… take online courses… read up on the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Understand it!— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
The First Industrial Revolution used water and steam to mechanise production.
The Second Industrial Revolution used electricity and mass production.
The Third Industrial Revolution used electronics and information technology in production.
Now a Fourth Industrial Revolution (or, “second machine age”) is reshaping society through digitisation, artificial intelligence and robotics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, quantum computing, nanotech and advances in bio-tech.
Disruption is certain.
Resistance is futile.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Yiedi CEO Jayshree Naidoo.
Naidoo discussed how the Fourth Industrial Revolution is impacting small businesses.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Very often small businesses assume the Fourth Industrial Revolution will affect only Big Business.— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
The same products can be created using robotics at a lower price point.— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
...the risk of smaller businesses not realising how this revolution is going to impact on their businesses…— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
Imagine a world where you can access opportunities from any corporate in your inbox without even searching for it…— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
Coding… needs to be the 12th official language… it’s as important as literacy… I can’t stress enough how importing coding skills are…— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
Banks may be dead, but banking isn’t…. they need a platform to transact on… they don’t care what the front-end looks like…— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
80% of my son’s skills comes from YouTube videos!— Jayshree Naidoo, Yiedi
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