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Do We Have To Race Against the Machines? How About shifting From A Task​-​Centered To A People​-​Centered Economy? Get The Answers From i4J Co​-​Founder David Nordfors

By i4j team / March 7, 2016 / 0 Comments
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INNOVATION FOR JOBS (Part 1): Do We Have To Race Against the Machines? How About shifting From A Task-Centered To A People-Centered Economy? Get The Answers From i4J Co-Founder David Nordfors by THE CULTURE INFLUENCER This is Part 1 from a discussion I had with David Nordfors, Co-founder and Co-Chair (together with Vint Cerf, known … Read moreDo We Have To Race Against the Machines? How About shifting From A Task​-​Centered To A People​-​Centered Economy? Get The Answers From i4J Co​-​Founder David Nordfors

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What Does the Internet Have To Do With The Collective Unconscious? A Conversation With VINT CERF About Wine, Culture, Technology & Globalization

By i4j team / March 7, 2016 / 0 Comments
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I have the privilege to be able to share with you my conversation with one of the most influential person of our times. VINT CERF, the co-creator of the basic architecture of internet, kindly and graciously accepted my invitation to talk about the World as an Ecosystem: wine, technology, globalization, culture, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, disrupting unemployment, the uncertainty of change, the future of the internet, the danger of the Digital Dark Age, and much more.

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Rethinking Work in the Era of Smart Machines

By Jeff Saperstein / February 8, 2016 / 0 Comments
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We have entered the era of Smart Machines (Artificial Intelligence, powered by Cloud, Analytics, Social Networks and accessible through mobile devices and sensors) that provides great opportunity for individuals, communities, regions, countries and the planet; yet, it is disrupting traditional assumptions and beliefs about the certainty of organizations, employment, and the nature of work itself. … Read moreRethinking Work in the Era of Smart Machines

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jobseeker’s experience

By Gregory Tseytin / January 26, 2016 / 0 Comments
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I am a computer scientist and software engineer. I am 79 and I have been unsuccessfully applying for a professional employment for the last 4 years. Ageism? Yes, probably, at least in 95% of cases. But I am still interested in the remaining 5%. What jobs are offered? Typically, companies are looking for someone with … Read morejobseeker’s experience

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How DOL might facilitate an Innovation for Jobs Ecosystem

By David Nordfors / January 8, 2016 / 0 Comments
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By David Nordfors An idea for innovation-for-jobs policy, building venture value chains for startups. The idea of this model is to align existing interests and incentives for the stakeholders. Government stimulates the competitive commercial business by sharing the risk for investors, so that they get all the upside if it goes well and half the downside if … Read moreHow DOL might facilitate an Innovation for Jobs Ecosystem

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i4j at The House of Lords in London

By Felix Velarde / November 30, 2015 / 0 Comments
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Driving towards 100% employment Last Thursday I was excited to be part of the i4j Forum, the organisation chaired by Vint Cerf (one of the fathers of the internet and Vice President of Google) and David Nordfors (of Stanford and the World Economic Forum). The day was hosted by Lord Jim Knight and Katz Kiely, … Read morei4j at The House of Lords in London

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Robot Journalists

How Human Journalists can retain their Jobs in the Age of Robot Journalists or Automated Journalism

By Noam Lemelshtrich Latar / November 29, 2015 / 0 Comments
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As a founding dean of the biggest school of Communications in the Israeli academia I am responsible for preparing our graduates to retain their jobs in the age of automated journalism or robotic journalism. Artificial Intelligence is penetrating all aspects of journalism activities- data collection, data analysis and the composition of the narratives. Millions of … Read moreHow Human Journalists can retain their Jobs in the Age of Robot Journalists or Automated Journalism

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Next:Economy What is the Future of Work

By Guy Bieber / November 25, 2015 / 0 Comments
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O’Reilly saw a major problem brewing in the workplace and affecting the economy, so they decided to bring people from government, businesses, and organizations together that want to fix these problem. The result was Next:Economy, which this document summarizes

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Insights into the Changing Future of Work

By Guy Bieber / November 10, 2015 / 0 Comments
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By: Guy Bieber Recently, the Citrix CTO Council held an industry workshop on the Future of Work. This event was driven by many observations of the tremendous forces changing work and the workplace. We hosted about 40 attendees representing dozens of companies and organizations. We were amazed and grateful for the depth of discussion and … Read moreInsights into the Changing Future of Work

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Culture Traps – Part II: Unconscious Bias, Disrupting Unemployment and The New Enlightenment Era

By Cosmin Gheorghe / November 4, 2015 / 0 Comments
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By replacing most of our jobs, machines are giving us the chance to regain our humanity and begin a new, 21st Century Enlightenment era.

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