More than 25 associations representing tech, communications, and business communities from around the world have joined the Information Technology Industry Council’s (ITI) call to governments to adopt clear guidance to ensure ICT workers are designated as ‘essential’ in the fight against the coronavirus. The associations, which include CompTIA, Tech UK, US Telecom and more, warn … Read More
The public sector of the EU countries has a shortage of 8.6 million people with necessary skills across three categories, according to new research by McKinsey. In their article they show that the region will lack 3.7 million people with ‘classical’ skills (e.g. problem-solving and creativity), 3.2 million in ‘Digital Citizenship’ skills (digital literacy) as … Read More
The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition (DSJC) is looking for new pledges to support its goal of closing the skills gap in Europe. All organisations who take action to boost digital skills in Europe can submit a pledge, which can range from training unemployed people, giving MOOCs for teachers, offering coding classes for children or cutting-edge … Read More
An article in IEEE Spectrum journal for engineers identified five drug discovery companies that use Deep Learning models to help predict old and new drugs that might successfully treat the COVID-19 virus. Read More
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