Future of Work
The future of work will bring new challenges and cause us to shift how we think about jobs and employability—so what does this mean for teaching and learning? In our exploration of the #FutureOfWork, sponsored by eduInnovation and powered by Getting Smart, we dive into what’s happening, what’s coming and how schools might prepare. For more, follow #FutureOfWork and visit our Future of Work page.
The automation economy is changing the employment landscape, making it a good time to reconsider the purpose and goals of public education. How do we prepare students for success in the future?
The rise of artificial intelligence is driving a new shift in value creation focused on sentiments more intrinsic to the human experience. So what does this mean for future graduates?
To kick-off our #AskAboutAI series, we invited Bay Area technologists, social scientists, philanthropists and educators to discuss three specific questions around the implications of AI.
With the emergence of new educational and training programs to suit the changing job market, what does a graduate profile look like? In this post, I look at PEW Research's recent report: The Future of Jobs and Jobs Training.
RAMTEC, a robotics program at Tri-Rivers Career Center in Ohio, is graduating hundreds of robotics-ready students prepared for careers and further advanced skills learning.
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.
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.
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?
At a recent GSV Summit, Salesforce SVP and author of The Art of The Long View Peter Schwartz spoke about Evolution of Technology, Jobs and Education. Here are 10 takeaways from Schwartz on working with smart machines.