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Boithok – A Knowledge Sharing Program at Toruchhaya
You Can Invent Alone But You Cannot Innovate Alone From the time of Socrates to Baul music in rural Bengal, communal space has been the catalyst for collaboration and learning. A space where diverse minds, irrespective of their background and identity, convene; where excellence evolves from asking questions, creating newer dimensions; where knowledge is not […]VIEW
Innovator’s Mindset and the Future – “Anyone can be an innovator”
To prepare for the fast-approaching Fourth Industrial Revolution, the country’s youth will need to learn how to innovate. Artificial intelligence and robotics will replace many of today’s jobs, and the future will require us to be innovative job-holders and entrepreneurs. It will be imperative for the 80 million youth of the country to embrace the ideals of the innovator’s mindset to ensure sustainable and inclusive growth.VIEW
4th Industrial Revolution: Why is the redefinition of education required?
Article is written by Saif Kamal. Saif Kamal is the founder of Toru, an institution for inclusive innovations, working to empower youth to grow the skills and innovations of tomorrow to ensure preparedness and inclusive impact in the future for Bangladesh. He is a Global Shaper at the World Economic Forum & part of the 2017 cohort of 50 young leaders at the Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.VIEW