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

By Noam Lemelshtrich Latar / November 29, 2015 / Comments Off on How Human Journalists can retain their Jobs in the Age of Robot Journalists or Automated Journalism
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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 / Comments Off on Next:Economy What is the Future of Work
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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 / Comments Off on Insights into the Changing Future of Work
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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 / Comments Off on Culture Traps – Part II: Unconscious Bias, Disrupting Unemployment and The New Enlightenment Era
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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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Culture Traps – Part I: Unconscious Bias, Braggarts & Losers

By Cosmin Gheorghe / November 4, 2015 / Comments Off on Culture Traps – Part I: Unconscious Bias, Braggarts & Losers
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Technology and social networks have exponentially accelerated globalization, which has in turn increased tremendously the interaction between employees, executives and customers who belong to one or more different cultures. In order to survive and then thrive in a global economy, we cannot ignore anymore the fact that our own cultural values and belief system influence our thinking, feeling and behavior, often leading to biased choices and decisions.

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i4j Beginnings: INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION Workshop 3 March 2011 at Stanford University

By David Nordfors / October 30, 2015 / Comments Off on i4j Beginnings: INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION Workshop 3 March 2011 at Stanford University
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Here are the notes from the workshop at Stanford University that planted the seed that was to become i4j INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION 3 March 2011 at Wallenberg Hall, Stanford University Organized and chaired by Sven Otto Littorin, Visiting Scholar, and David Nordfors, Ph.D., Founding Executive Director, Stanford Center for Innovation and Communication (SCIC), Stanford University. Purpose: … Read morei4j Beginnings: INNOVATION AND JOB CREATION Workshop 3 March 2011 at Stanford University

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Banks Can Drive Jobs Innovation

By David Nordfors / October 22, 2015 / Comments Off on Banks Can Drive Jobs Innovation
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David Nordfors is co-founder of Innovation for Jobs (i4j)  I was first asked to speak at SWIFT’s Sibos conference for 8000 finance executives about how machines are going kill bank jobs. I said I couldn’t do it. Not because I don’t think it can happen, but I prefer talking about the opportunities, which are huge, if we … Read moreBanks Can Drive Jobs Innovation

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Can An Extra Word For ‘WE’ Improve the Economy’?

By David Nordfors / September 6, 2015 / Comments Off on Can An Extra Word For ‘WE’ Improve the Economy’?
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By David Nordfors Here is a discussion I had on FB just now: Magnus Akerman Why don’t we simply drop this race crap. And see each other as equal individuals … David Nordfors Yes! “Us and them” is the problem. “I and You” is the solution. smile emoticon Magnus Akerman The world is a great We! David Nordfors There are … Read moreCan An Extra Word For ‘WE’ Improve the Economy’?

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The Real Unemployment Innovation Challenge

By David Nordfors / August 26, 2015 / Comments Off on The Real Unemployment Innovation Challenge
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By John Hagel @jhagel While unemployment rates in certain parts of the world appear to be slowly improving, unemployment in many other parts of the world remain stubbornly high and, in some cases, are even increasing. More fundamentally, there’s a growing concern that rising unemployment may be one of the most significant economic, social and political … Read moreThe Real Unemployment Innovation Challenge

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The Future of Work is Now: Why Samaschool is taking its curriculum online

By Tess Posner / August 25, 2015 / Comments Off on The Future of Work is Now: Why Samaschool is taking its curriculum online
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We talk a lot about the future of work. Where we’ll be working, what types of jobs we’ll be doing, and how we’ll get it all done. Here in Silicon Valley, most of that talk is driven by the increasing presence of technology, and the perspectives vary: Is technology creating or destroying jobs? Are we headed towards a jobless future where … Read moreThe Future of Work is Now: Why Samaschool is taking its curriculum online

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