How Kids Are Being Taught to Be Architects of the IOE

There’s IOE-kidsa learning curve that comes with creating next-generation IOE devices and services — and as they become a bigger part of our world, they’ll also force changes in how we educate and train our next-generation workforce.

A 2011 McKinsey report estimated the United States faces a shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 people with deep data analytics skills, with an even larger gap for managers. Some companies, such as GE, have taken to training data specialists internally, while UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University, MIT, Columbia University and others have launched data science programs.

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