I, Worker: Employment in the Age of Robots

Caroline Fairchild, Senior Editor, LinkedIn

Roy Bahat, Head, Bloomberg Beta
Jacqui Canney, Executive Vice President, Global People Division, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc
. Aaron Levie, CEO, Box
Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America; Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor Emerita of Politics and also International Affairs, Princeton University

It’s obvious that robotics as well as expert system are changing individuals in the workforce. Technologists, economic experts and futurists disagree on what comes next. Some jobs will certainly end up being outdated, it’s clear, while others will be boosted by brand-new innovations. There are forecasts that fifty percent of the work in the U.S. will certainly vanish, while various other projections placed the loss at much less than 10 percent.

What can be done to get ready for this change?
What skills and jobs will matter?
What effects will the maturing labor force have on the future?