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EYES ON THE FUTURE
Changing future, changing roles

I try to imagine a future where machines are able to do much of the things that only humans are capable of today.

What will such a future hold for our lives, work and careers?

What will be our role? What are the risks? What opportunities will arise?

TALKS
Time for a New Curriculum

I am passionate about technology, empowerment and education, and advise a number of companies, universities and schools about the future of careers and business, and how education can prepare the workforce of the future.

Suvina Singh

Director: IP & Commercialisation, University of KwaZulu Natal

Bilal showed our students that the fourth industrial revolution is not all doom and gloom. He communicated the endless possibilities that are unfolding due to 4IR, with clear and easily understandable examples, illustrating that anybody can benefit… you only have to want to take advantage of it. Bilal had our audience captivated.

Saint-John Piek

Subject Head Engineering Graphics and Design, Glenwood High School

It certainly opened up the eyes of the boys and staff that attend the presentation.

I appreciated your time and from the feedback I received from the boys, they were very informed as well.

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