A timeline to unemployment - when will robots really replace workers?

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A timeline to unemployment - when will robots really replace workers?

 

Two new studies have concluded that the transition to an automation-dominated workplace will happen at a slower, more gradual pace than many others are predicting. Whether it happens in the next 10 years or the next 50, automation will have a major impact on the world's workforce, so we must prepare for that disruption. In the old days a career lasted a life time, but now on average a career lasts 10 years and in 5 - 10 year will have decreased to as little as 5 years. So the most important question we can ask ourselves is, what should our children learn in order to be able to retain a job in the future? Read the article here.

The skills that set us apart from robots - empathy, creativity and the ability to collaborate and develop ourselves. This calls for a paradigm shift in the way we think about education.@rosanbosch #innovationineducation

A timeline to unemployment - when will robots really replace workers?

 

Two new studies have concluded that the transition to an automation-dominated workplace will happen at a slower, more gradual pace than many others are predicting. Whether it happens in the next 10 years or the next 50, automation will have a major impact on the world's workforce, so we must prepare for that disruption. In the old days a career lasted a life time, but now on average a career lasts 10 years and in 5 - 10 year will have decreased to as little as 5 years. So the most important question we can ask ourselves is, what should our children learn in order to be able to retain a job in the future? Read the article here.

The skills that set us apart from robots - empathy, creativity and the ability to collaborate and develop ourselves. This calls for a paradigm shift in the way we think about education.@rosanbosch #innovationineducation