Learning on the job: Education for the digital age

As the son and grandson of school teachers, and a student of engineering schools in France and the US, BlaBlaCar's Frédéric Mazzella reflects on today's education.
Learning on the job: Education for the digital age

Editor’s note: this is a guest post from Fred Mazzella, co-founder and executive chairman of European tech scale-up BlaBlaCar.

The digital revolution has brought significant societal benefits. By connecting the world like never before, it has brought unprecedented gains in productivity, diffusion of information and quality of life. But like other revolutions before it, it is also creating some real challenges – particularly for the portion of the workforce whose skills might become increasingly obsolete, as AI and automation take over their jobs.

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