Kevin Kelly on the Future of Jobs: Man or Machine?

    Jan 24, 2019

    Kevin Kelly shares his views on technology driven innovations and the impact that these rapidly advancing technologies are having on job growth and employment numbers.  Kevin acknowledges that computers will continue to automate many jobs, though he states that technology is also facilitating new jobs at an even faster rate.  He predicts that jobs will continue to evolve rapidly in five to ten years, and that the most lucrative positions have not even been invented yet. You will also learn what he means by the “hacker mentality” and how this negative connotation can be seen as a type of exploration of design solving.

    Why Technology is Doing More Good Than Harm

    Kevin Kelly shares his views on technology driven innovations and the impact that these rapidly advancing technologies are having on job growth and employment numbers.  Kelly acknowledges that computers will continue to automate many jobs, though he states that technology is also facilitating new jobs at an even faster rate.  He predicts that jobs will continue to evolve rapidly in five to ten years, and that the most lucrative positions have not even been invented yet. You will also learn what he means by the “hacker mentality” and how this negative connotation can be seen as a type of exploration of design solving.

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