The case for transdisciplinary edu


To develop graduates who can thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0), it is crucial that universities, as the engine of Malaysia’s social and economic growth, understand what the future of education should look like.

In an era characterised by automation and artificial intelligence, traditional degrees and qualifications may no longer be relevant but we must recognise that machines can never replace human emotions and cognitive capabilities.

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