Inevitable changes in the IT industry. Training in the conditions of the fifth industrial revolution (industry 5.0)
Keywords:Industry 5.0, digital competence, personalized learning, digital technologies, digital transformations, digital society
The rapid evolution of digital technologies is bringing significant changes to society. The environment and human values are becoming more diverse and complex. The society is entering a new phase of its development called Industry 5.0, a human-centered one that realizes both economic development and entertainment with social issues where people can enjoy a high quality of life. Such a major transformation of the new type of a society significantly affects the organization of education as the basis of Industry 5.0. The paper examines these inevitable changes, covering all the essential elements of personalized education and requiring the combined efforts of all key stakeholder groups, including governments, education and training providers, industry, support bodies, the wider community and, most importantly, students themselves.
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