World Future Education Directions and the Impact on Egypt
technology trends. and health sciences. in architecture uh with design or gaming students. we make sure that they are very well simulations. game design, and so on and so forth.
We look very uniquely outcomes what I talk about areas because you don't know what your job will require and any job that you're going to be working on after you graduate, you will need to always learn all the time. Always learn lifelong learning has become crucial. Whatever we're teaching our students right now, huge amounts of data is needed for an autism. So many
applications. The the concept of manual labor. The concept of doing something with your hand, maybe not in our lifetime, maybe at the end of our children's lifetime or our grandchildren will not be required. That's how fast technology is moving. Uh I am very serious but there was science fiction and the autonomous cars, right? and based on the vast experience in thousands of cases, they get back right? They get better and they able to diagnose I the one. 1 billion cases with the right diagnosis, right? You're done.
You're done. There is no way you're not going to be able to diagnose anything, you know, that you see in the future. Incredibly accurate and reason about it. The shops Es limited cognition Of course, which we always miss. communication skills and the skills and working together and being able to present and read that. Right, Right. Right.
Who cares what they have a degree in business It's all about skills and and and they should never be disappointment. Seriously. The first half an hour. I want to explain and and I think sometimes happen that you don't plan for at all, right? Things happen Ah no, professionals. whether you're in the business professionals, whether you're in architecture, whether you're in the humanities, whether whether you are in the digital humanities engineering, Sure.
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the issue was how how to try to uh uh make the right graduate and professional how to how do you support the new disciplines and what do they mean mechanisms for supporting these endeavors and projects central issues in the 80s The the main issue is manufacturing on right now. The main issue is computers were two simulation visualization uh uh thirty or 40 years ago in order to design best build and and change and build and electoral as huge as a plane including every single component has been reduced probably like 10 thousand times, right? Because you can visualize, simulate every single component using computer models and without using supercomputers because You have millions of professors on the cloud using Amazon web services that can do this in very, very cheaply growing portal of technology and of course, is the ins of multidisciplinary education. What we're talking about and getting out of your boundary and trying to uh uh cross boundaries between discipline. Furthermore, for graduates, they should be very very tight to industry. Uh what we do is
not only That's what the intellectual that is but we should be very close to the industry so we can address the needs of hemisphere future. Uh design in the micro and nano scales and nanotechnology micron micro robotics for drug delivery, micro robotics for solving issues and vessels, and cleaning vessels inside the body. Nano technologies for new material development or for environmental reasons. These are disciplines that cross the boundaries between material sciences, chemistry, Belgium, and physics and engineering and these are emerging trends of the future. imports of biological sciences whether it's in areas like biotics which is going to see us whether it's the area of environmental hazards jointly with the environmental sciences, whether it's the area of biomedical engineering, uh you know, in the area of you know, qualitative physiology and anatomy and for thesis jointly with robotics but biological sciences is becoming crucial. Uh look at what happened in the pandemic and the incredible amount of power that was used in order to develop the vaccine and with the modeling, you know, out of your comfort zone and learning, you know, new disciplines. So, you can be
working in a needed area in the future, right? And all of the disciplines in the future and jobs are going to be by definition interdisciplinary but there are other skills because everything is going to be skilled based going on going forward, not only credential based uh team skills are very important Presentation skills are very very important. Writing skills are very important. Being an entrepreneur and innovative is incredibly important in the future because 7080 percent of these jobs of the future are not going to be working for a large corporation. It's going to be working for a startup or a small company and and actually They're sending you know how to, what is the interface between the research and innovation and business understanding that global context of the problem you're solving whether it's something like a reverse engineering, the plane, or even something as simple as clean water. That's
actually a technology problem by the way. It's a global challenge, clean water, believe it or not, in the year 2021 uh uh UP for example, uh This I think is what I'm trying to explain. This is the classroom. of the future. right There is no more classical, you know, uh table and uh screen or whatever and and somebody lecturing. It's all about prototyping, building things together, having themes from different oncologists, working on the same project. Uh I have
a project that Lawrence Stack uh mascot to know and for the sports team, there is a mascot so I'm trying to develop a robotic passcode to the uh uh help the image of what it is right uh but I want to include all the disciplines, You know, not only the robotics and engineering and health sciences but I wanted it to be futuristic, right? So, I have, I have a class. There is a class, it's a drawing class between uh the School of design and architecture, a school of engineering and for you know, that work and the school of arts and sciences and they're working together. They've been working for a year making and designing a prototyping, amazing structures and things to come up with something as simple as a mask but again, that exercise by is incredibly helpful. They learn so many
things from each other and these are fresh basils, 18 year olds by the way, uh uh uh learning center and a new building. Again, this is the class of the future, right? You'll see robots. you see prototypes. you see
demonstration areas you see collaborative workplaces making places and and and and and and so on. Um again, uh new programs should be outcome based, not credential or pickering in the past utilizing outstanding and unique human technology resources. uh traditional degrees, uh versus interdisciplinary degrees. What
what does that really mean? We need to be a specialist in one area for sure. right? But again, we have to be also training our students and us as professionals to be genres who are familiar with so many different areas and are willing to learn more to incorporate more of these areas if we are working on an interdisciplinary project here good. Uh these are you know, uh discussions. I think uh yeah, this is this is really I think um uh what what what what the discussions we've been through Uh this gentleman is one of the people that I respect very much. He used to be the chief
operating officer of the uh National Science Foundation. Uh he also used to be the the dean of my uh of my college that I graduated from the USC school at the uh so If you change, you see here, the example is future and right. That's what I want. I think you can cross the world engineers and write future professionals because all of things I like the statistics, they actually apply to to both. No, seriously and you know, it doesn't matter what the field is. We need the person to be a holistic designer. Whatever. we
graduate as a professional, whether it's a physician, whether it's a physical therapist, whether it's a, you know, an engineer, a computer scientist, a design that I'm not like they have to be a makers. They have to be a trusted innovator. They have to avoid harming designs. They have to be a change agent to think out of the box. They have to be able to integrate different technologies and materials, right? And we created the industry and we created the world that poured on. Well, it's a it's an
interesting story and for an engineer, it's a very good story but maybe not but not to rebuild society. teamwork, and how to do things effectively and efficiently and uh infrastructures, communication of course, on the ability of god and you know, Well, you will take We will study courses from chemistry and biology and her design in the school of architecture and technology management in the school of business and you know, for reduced fees and recycle to become uh an expert in green energies. urban and the list goes on, right? I think you got the idea, right? The idea that it's all about the degree anymore or the research area, It's about the skills and what the industry needs and these are great examples. So, that's exactly But uh II hope this was useful. Uh it's great. It's great. Of
course and and I'm and I'm of course, I'm glad that it would be my pleasure to take any questions and if if you if you would like, okay, hold on. Of course, uh that they built that workforce of the future. that would come to them in three or 4 years. That would be incredibly productive, right? Say it. Say It's it's based on market needs. uh from Muhammad. It's based on what the market needs The other person, the Long Island uh uh is becoming more and more it to work directly with clients and so on, right? Our technologist y'all need. And this is the
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