What Happens to Educational Assessment in the 4th Industrial Revolution?

This article is also published in The New School, Quipper's Guide to K-12 for the 21st Century School The fourth Industrial revolution is described to be the fusion of technologies that integrates the domains of the physical, digita l, and biological spheres. The new technologies become embedded within societies and even the human functioning. The discoveries in robotics, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, quantum computing, biotechnology, The Internet of Things, decentralized consensus, 3D printing, and autonomous vehicles change the way we live such as business, governance, and education. Examples of how technology changed our society is the use of applications to easily get transpo