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“Machines are eating humans’ jobs talents.” You’ve heard it before. Automation, robotics, algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) are doing more and better job related tasks, and will continue to grow in replacing massive amounts of jobs. Pew Research and Elon University recently surveyed multiple experts on this topic and published an detailed article on reflections around five major, “hopeful” themes related to “the future of jobs training in the tech age.” Including the promise of practical experiential learning to advance the “tough-to-teach intangible skills, capabilities and attributes such as emotional intelligence, curiosity, creativity, adaptability, resilience and critical thinking.” While there are many schools of thought on what the future of working alongside machines will be like, one aspect is clear: continuous learning and skill development is critical to prepare workers for what is to come.
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