This is the 1 hour of code week, a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 40 languages. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104.
To celebrate this great initiative we chose to assign it our gold medal for the Most inspiring innovative idea of the week.
…and, surprise surpise, inspired by the Mitch Resnick’s TEDxBeaconStreet speech we made an infographic to share with you the 10 top websites to learn how to code for free!
The labor market is changing faster than you might realise.
Demographic changes and technological advancements may lead to the net loss of 5 million jobs by 2020, according to a report published by the World Economic Forum. In total, the report estimates that a total of 7.1 million jobs could be lost, the majority of which will be white-collar office and administrative jobs.
The report, called “The Future of Jobs,” surveyed executives from more than 350 employers across nine industries in 15 of the world’s largest economies to come up with its predictions about how the labor markets will evolve.
While the job landscape is expected to undergo radical changes over the next few years, the report predicts that there will also be certain occupations that are more in demand.
Here’s a look at some of the job categories that are expected to see growth.
Tech or treat!
As it’s the Halloween week we made our special challenge. We chose for you the ten most terrifying innovative ideas. Read and be inspired by the terror!
The days of simply carving a traditional pattern to your pumpkin or of wearing a white bed-sheet with two little round holes as eyes are gone for good, 21st century melt together technology and tradition. It’s time to be spookily creative!
Happy Monday! Have you had your coffee fix yet?? Take a second while indulging to learn what exactly caffeine does to your brain.
On the 16th of June a new edition of the Demo Day took place in Namur, organised by Nest’up and directed to the dynamic universe of the belgian startups. Last year to sprout the previous edition of the Demo Day, the belgian newspaper RTBF interviewed Gauthier Fraiture, Corentin Wilmot and Simon Litt, founders of SportyMe, the prime social network for sportmen and sportwomen to get in touch with people who share the same passion and with professional of this field. We have translated their inspiring interview on what it means to be a startup in Belgium. We hope that this will be a good wish for the next Startup Camp Fall 2017 !
From driverless cars to robotic workers, the future is going to be here before you know it.
Many emerging technologies that you hear about today will reach a tipping point by 2025, according to a recent report from The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Software & Society.
The council surveyed more than 800 executives and experts from the technology sector to share their timeline for when technologies would become mainstream. From the survey results, the council identified 21 defining moments, all of which they predict will occur by 2030.
Here’s a look at the technological shifts you can expect during the next 14 years.
Guess what? That time of the week is back! We have our weekly winner, folks!
Are you ready to join the sustainable economy?
Are you to busy to discover new music?
Delegate this job to someone else and keep the pleasure of sounds for yourself!
This week our most inspiring innovative idea is all about sharing music like we used to do in the ‘90s with tapes, now, with A Song A Day we can discover new music keeping this experience human-likely.
Discovering new music isn’t just about the listening experience, it’s about sharing that with like-minded people.