Is the knowledge that has already been acquired called into question? No, says sociologist Prof. Dr. Robert Helmrich, who got to the bottom of this question using theoretical assumptions and empirical findings. In his view, knowledge by no means loses its significance, but instead evolves and changes. Even knowledge that no one asks for anymore ultimately remains knowledge.
The Generation Z works to live not viceversa. However, who associates Generation Z with a high affinity for technology and Instagram, Whatsapp, or YouTube is falling short. The workforce of the future is characterized by attitude and values. Accordingly, the digital natives have high expectations of their employers. 5 fields of action that you should work on as a boss or manager.
Does artificial intelligence (AI) help to learn better? Definitely yes. In the digitalization of learning content, TÜV Rheinland Academy is increasingly focusing on automation through AI – and can, therefore, now deliver its training videos in up to 38 languages for international training. Learners are addressed in their native language. Learning could hardly be better.
Companies and their trainees in technical professions also suffer from Corona. TÜV Rheinland Academy, as a leading provider of technical competence development, has therefore expanded its worldwide TVET services. Welders and electrical engineers are now also learning their trades in virtual classrooms. The solution: simulations shorten practical exercises.
The potential for future collaboration between humans and artificial intelligence (AI), robots, mobile end devices for augmented reality, and blockchain can already be seen in the existing basic technologies. This leads to an increase in work productivity, a better working environment, and more intensive employee retention.
A DigiCamp of TÜV Rheinland Academy lasts three days and has a modular structure. It is aimed at students, mainly middle school students, teachers, and parents. In interactive workshops, they learn the safe and above all good use of digital media. The trainer teams consist of media educators, psychologists, nutrition and fitness experts and, above all, well-known social media influencers.