22 March 2017
This year’s Straits Times Education Forum, organised by the newspaper in partnership with the Singapore Management University, will be held on March 25.
Panellists will explore questions such as the impact of technology and the rise of artificial intelligence on the job landscape, and what this would entail for workers and students.
SMU board of trustees chairman Ho Kwon Ping will give the keynote speech.
Mr Ho said that jobs will increasingly involve technology, requiring employees to continually adapt their skill sets so as to stay relevant and be successfully employed in the workforce.