From helping kids learn to code to providing new sources of capital for large projects, our aim is to drive productivity.
The federal government says it’s helping more than one million students learn digital and coding skills. Photograph courtesy of Kevin Jarrett
The winds of change are powerful and persistent in the global economy. New technologies and new applications of data and digital tools are driving a fourth industrial revolution in economies and societies around the world.
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