To mark the launch of the Review of Digital Innovation for the Economy and the Future of Work in Wales, we have launched a podcast series in which we will be speaking to leading digital experts on the challenges and opportunities that advancements in technology can bring.
The Digital Innovation Review was commissioned by the Welsh Government to explore how the rapid advances in digital innovation are likely to impact the economy and future of work in Wales.
Delivering economic transformation for a better future of work, welcome to the 4th episode of the series, hosted by Mark Powney of Business News Wales, with guests Andrew Beaney, Managing Consultant at Box UK, and technology consultant Tegid Roberts.
In this episode, the guests will focus on the impact of covid-19 and the effect this will have on the future of work in Wales.
In a digital world, how do you ensure digital resilience and overcome the threats of digital dependency? How can education and skills support Wales 4.0? The panel conclude the series by dwelling on how Wales can deliver the recommendations made in the Digital Innovation Review.
This podcast explores what a new, digital narrative could look like for Wales, and how we can do things differently in the wake of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. But how do co-operative and social business models fit within this new narrative?
The panel provides an introduction to the Digital Innovation Review, before taking part in a discussion on the impact technological advancements and automation will have on the workplace. Is there any truth in the robot revolution? The experts also analyse how Wales compares to other countries when it comes to digital innovation.