How Hong Kong is preparing its youth for the future

Al Jazeera visits a learning centre in Hong Kong teaching children to stay ahead of robots.

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    Technology is making more jobs obsolete, and experts fear children are not being prepared for the future.

    The World Economic Forum believes automation will replace a fifth of all jobs within 20 years.

    Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan visited a learning centre in Hong Kong teaching children to stay ahead of robots.


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