Automation

The CEO of IDEO explains how your “creative capacity” is the key to surviving automation

Creative leadership doesn’t require being a lone genius: It requires setting some design constraints for how you work, and flexing a few basic behavioral muscles that you already have.

— Focus and execute a task in intense bursts of energy ( sprints, deep dives etc)

— Nurture your curiosity

— Become more adaptable

— Abolish hierarchy and encourage inter disciplinary communication

AI can only predict based on what it has been trained with. Humans are able to imagine and machines cannot!!

 

WORKERS DISPLACED BY AUTOMATION SHOULD TRY A NEW JOB: CAREGIVER

The key skills for Care giving jobs are empathy and the ability to make a human connection. The very definition of empathy is feeling someone else’s feelings; a machine cannot do that as well as a person. People thrive on genuine connections, not with machines, but with each other. You don’t want a robot taking care of your baby; an ailing elder needs to be loved, to be listened to, fed, and sung to. This is one job category that people are—and will continue to be—best at. Valid point but how many of the factory workers, number of truck and taxi drivers, postal workers, and warehouse clerks are suited for care giving jobs??

 

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