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Tech4Good Ep 5: The Potential & Possibilities of IR4.0 for Malaysia

Haji Bacho Pilong, Senior Vice President, Project Delivery & Technology, PETRONAS | Dzuleira Abu Bakar, CEO, Malaysian Research Accelerator for Tech & Innovation (MRANTI)

20-Jul-22 09:35

Tech4Good Ep 5: The Potential & Possibilities of IR4.0 for Malaysia

Tech4Good is an ongoing series where we explore meaningful solutions to the many challenges facing our world, while discussing the role of technology in achieving sustainability.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing the way we live, work, and communicate. As the world races to adapt to these transformations, is Malaysia keeping pace? Are we doing enough to journey towards digitalisation and sustainable development, and are we on the right path in terms of ensuring that our youth stay relevant for future job markets?

In our fifth episode of this series, we answer these questions and more, with Haji Bacho Pilong, the Senior Vice President of Project Delivery & Technology at PETRONAS, and Dzuleira Abu Bakar, the CEO of the Malaysian Research Accelerator for Tech & Innovation (MRANTI). Both our guests share solutions and strategies they are involved in, that seek to improve the lives of all Malaysians, and uplift our collective future.

Tech4Good is presented by Tata Consultancy Services - Building on Belief.

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs


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