RMIT today announces an Australia-first partnership with global education provider Udacity to equip Australians with skills for today, tomorrow and the future of work while also providing a credit pathway into degree programs.
Earlier this year, we were excited to announce our partnership with Accenture when we delivered the first Australian university course dedicated to blockchain. Accenture is one of the world’s largest technology agencies, providing blockchain solutions for most of the Fu
Apps are usually things that prevent us from working, not the other way around. But there are a tonne of good ones out there specifically designed to boost productivity and concentration (that makes them sound like multi-vitamins, but you get the idea).
The World Economic Forum calls it the Fourth Industrial Revolution. What they’re talking about is the fusion of physical and digital technology, the rise of machine learning and the very real prospect of humans, not to put too fine a point on it, becoming obsolete.
Today, the concept of blockchain technology is all but synonymous with cryptocurrency – it’s through pioneers like Bitcoin that everyday consumers have come to recognise this revolutionary and instantaneous mechanism for executing and recording financial transactions.