The Future of Tech and Work
The Future of Tech and Work is how human beings work and the tools they use and will use in the future. For those interested in big data, the internet of things (IOT), block chain, artificial intelligence (AI), IOT, computer science and coding.
Here are seven examples of impact entrepreneurs demonstrating the Cause + Code formula as they choose a problem, develop some domain expertise, build a dataset and apply smart tools in order to make a difference in the world.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) is on the rise, and interviews with leaders in several different fields about AI point to the same thing: an increasing importance in self-directed learning--lifelong, often project-based and (when possible) with a diverse team.
Artificial Intelligence will have more influence on the lives of young people over the next few decades than any other factor, so our #AskAboutAI campaign is investigating the implications smart machines will have on employment, learning and ethical issues.
Smart machines will change the face of the economy, and today's young people will need a different set of skills to succeed than past generations did. In particular, they will need to get good at things machines can not do.
In this podcast, Paul Kim, CTO and Assistant Dean at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education, chats with Tom about the importance of asking good questions and the future of learning in a world of AI and smart machines.
There are three primary reasons we will continue to experience more unexpected events like those we've witnessed recently. Here's how we can better prepare today's students for these future black swan events.
By: Tom Vander Ark. As technology continues to progress, today's jobs will become automated and new jobs created. What new skills will workers need to learn to stay competitive?