Walk alongside as we look at the future of work from multiple perspectives, share how tasks will change between humans vs. machines, and show you how the future is already all around us.
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AI, robotics and the rise of automation all signal changes are coming. But how big will they be? And how will they impact you?
We tackle these questions by looking at the future of work from the 1,000-foot view, industry view and view from the ground.
Job roles that leverage human skills will rise. And roles that focus on information/data processing and administrative tasks will move to machines.
Have a closer look at the share of tasks between humans and machines from 2020-2025.
Start preparing. We know that as machines get smarter, so must we. We also know that there are things inherent to being human that machines won’t ever be able to replicate.
Here are 5 things you can do right now to secure your place!
AI has come a long way since IBM’s first Shoebox machine. Now advancing across industries from space exploration to stock trading. One particular use is very impressive in our opinion. Have a look.
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Learn to automate networks with software skills through this intermediate, instructor-led course. Leading to a certification.
Entrepreneurs—especially those who can use and manipulate technology—will thrive in the future of work. Why not think as big as these tech innovators have?
After an idea was sparked, they utilized tech to build a product and launch a startup.
-Emily Kennedy, Cofounder Marinus Analytics
-Hadeel Ayoub, Founder and CEO of BrightSign
-Emmastella Gakuo, Cofounder of Savanna Circuit Tech
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