If you are worried about losing your job to AI, you might be safe for another 30 years or so. What jobs will survive as robots move into the workplace? If you want to find out, click on this link and search to find about your job.
What does the future look like? Can we talk about the future without addressing the needs of today? If you are sick and tired of just hearing about robots, stay tuned to CNN Turk’s Gündem Özel.
If you are tired of experts talking about robots taking your jobs or humans becoming cyborgs, this program is for you. We debate the perils companies create by labeling employees as Y or X or Z. We discuss whether it is really generation Y that changes our times or other factors. If you don’t enjoy over generalized conversations about the future, tune in.
ippaworld.com | There is no need to worry about robots stealing away your job. At Tesla factories, Elon Musk recently declared that production had slowed down because their factories didn’t have enough humans and had more robots than needed. Amazon hired 45,000 robots and 200,000 humans. According to Jeff Bezos, they don’t hire robots to achieve higher levels of productivity, but because they believe robots are good for growth meaning robots aren’t substitutes for humans. If you are an executive interested in understanding how you can stay in the game, watch Fatmanur Erdogan’s famous interview with Birol Güven on TV channel 360.
The Future of Fork | I advocate “Quality of Life Based Management” systems and believe that the future belongs to those who are able to build social brands/companies. The dynamics of social companies lies in how well you integrate quality of life dimensions into your management and communications practices. T create the future, you need to understand what is happening today. If you fail to do so, you fail to fix today’s issues. If you fail to fix today’s issues, you build the future on a cracked infrustructure.
For all that we hear about technology causing greater disconnection in society today, a growing movement of “makers” is offering a different twist on this narrative, instead using technology to unite people around making the world a better place. Makers might be teachers, professionals, students, parents, DIY hobbyists or just tinkerers; whatever their professional background, makers […]