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Weekly Musings - February 26, 2017

A weekly post in which I share (some of) the most thought-provoking content I read this week(ish), which I am too lazy to write full blog posts about. 679 more words

Talent Vanguard

The rise of the useless class

Historian Yuval Noah Harari makes a bracing prediction: just as mass industrialization created the working class, the AI revolution will create a new unworking class. 1,656 more words

Business

How Automation Helps Us Solve The Problems That Matter

“One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.” – Elbert Hubbard

Automation gets a bad rap.

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Customer Experience

a16z Podcast: Brains, Bodies, Minds ... and Techno-Religions

Evolution and technology have allowed our human species to manipulate the physical environment around us — reshaping fields into cities, redirecting rivers to irrigate farms, domesticating wild animals into captive food sources, conquering disease. 235 more words

Machine & Deep Learning

A Better Metric for the Value of a Worker Training Program

The United States has thousands of workforce development and training programs, run by the public, social, and private sectors. Some are excellent; others, not so much. 30 more words

Valuable Various

Future of Work - We are not facing an employment crisis but a work revolution the World Employment Confederation (International Confederation of Private Employment Services) says

The World Employment Confederation (formerly Ciett) looks into the future of work
and urges policymakers to cooperate with the employment industry to determine enhanced international labour regulation… 714 more words

Report

Digital literacy and democracy

In some ways this is a continuation of a previous post on Digital Citizenship, written in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, and in some ways it’s a complete revision of it. 1,810 more words

Digital Citizenship