Emerging technologies under the umbrella of artificial intelligence (AI) are rapidly changing the way humans work, play and learn. Today’s team members must try to understand the technology they’ll be expected to work with as well as to adapt to how dramatically it will revolutionize their everyday roles and responsibilities. The work landscape of the next generation will continue to change, requiring skill sets wholly different than those taught in schools today.
The responsibility of educating the first generation of AI-first workers lies within both the creators of the technology and the organizations that are implementing it. And while much attention has fallen on Silicon Valley in the last 60 years, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is also seeing tremendous activity in the heart of the country.
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Written by David Karandish.
Originally published September 25, 2019.