23 January, 2018

Literacy in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Out of 7.5 billion people worldwide, there are more than one billion illiterate people, aged 15 and above. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is the fourth major industrial era since the initial Industrial Revolution of the 18th century. Please don't confuse classical literacy with digital literacy or computer literacy.

Numbers about digital or computer literacy would show even more untenable economic development and growth. Untenable economic growth is a bad thing because it makes social unease, creating space for conflicts or war.

Dear people, all of you with decision-making privileges, especially you in Davos, should make a stand to equalize big differences worldwide.

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