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Looking ahead – what jobs will technology take away? - by @vijaysansakarv
"There are several jobs where the job needs very little original thinking. The critical thinking is done by few people who designed the workflow, and not by people executing. This would include things like preparing fast food, paying invoices, checking totals, scanning documents etc. These jobs are generally at risk given they are easily automated – and probably the only reason they are still around is because of the one time cost of implementing new technology. Given all tech will eventually commoditize, this is only a temporary safety net."
uncategorized  ai  automation  future  of  work  job  loss  technology  universal  basic  income 
5 hours ago by jonerp
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automation  devops  virtualization  containers 
6 hours ago by tguemes
Making the future of work, work - EY
As the world adjusts to the digital age, workers will increasingly be freed up from repetitive tasks and can explore the attributes that make us human. These human attributes, including lateral thinking, creativity, decision-making, innovation, intuition and empathy, will become more important as the balance of machines and humans in the workplace shift. As this shift occurs, whereby machines take on more, we should also see the creation of new roles, tasks and responsibilities that are yet to be defined.
workplace-trends  workplace-design  automation  lease-accounting  asset-management  humanresources  Around-the-web  this-week-413 
8 hours ago by areadevelopment
How to Reform Worker-Training and Adjustment Policies for an Era of Technological Change - ITIF
Rather than slow down technological disruption to protect a small number of workers at the expense of the vast majority who are benefiting, policymakers should focus on doing significantly more to help those who are displaced transition successfully into new jobs and occupations.
workforce-training  retraining  industry4.0  manufacturing-automation  automation  workforce-development  Around-the-web  this-week-413 
8 hours ago by areadevelopment

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