The use of autonomous robots in agriculture is increasing the efficiency of food production. Robots, like Spot from Boston Dynamics, increase accuracy in yield estimates, relieve the strain of worker shortages, and create precision in farming.
The world of work will be radically different in the future. From hyper-surveillance of staff to digital nomadism to robots taking jobs—how, where and why we work is changing beyond all recognition. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: This is the workforce of the future. Technology is transforming the world of work beyond all recognition creating groundbreaking opportunities. But it’s also eroding the rights of workers. Some even fear a dystopian jobless future. But are these anxieties overblown? How we react to this brave new world of work today will shape societies for generations to come. What are the forces shaping how people live and work and how power is wielded in the modern age? NOW AND NEXT reveals the pressures, the plans and the likely tipping points for enduring global change. Understand what is really transforming the world today – and discover what may lie in store tomorrow. For more from Economist Films visit: Check out The Economist’s full video catalogue: Like The Economist on Facebook: Follow The Economist on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Follow us on Medium:
Andreas Schleicher, director of education and skills at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), visited the Future of Work Laboratory at the Lisbon Council. For more information, visit: Download “World Class: How to Build a 21st Century School System” here:
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New Permanent & New Normal – Predictive Automation and New Business Models – Robots vs. People E3 Family & Business (FAB) – Book Videos with Reg Athwal (Produced by Reg Athwal TV – The Family Business Channel) Featured Book: The Rise of the Robots Author: Martin Ford Website: Copyright: 2015 by Martin Ford Publishers: Oneworld Publications Fair Use Policy: Brief articles or quotations embodied in this book are presented as a review for educational purposes only Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future is a book by American futurist Martin Ford. Rise discusses the impact accelerating change and artificial intelligence will have on the labor market. In this Book Video we discuss: 1. Routine vs. Predictions linked to Data and Jobs 2. Automation and New Business Models – Robots vs. People 3. The End of Middle-Class Jobs & Birth of Part-Time Employment Please share the video and subscribe to Reg Athwal TV to view all future TV shows. We want to inspire as many families in business globally. I have over 3,000 books in my library and looking to share weekly Book Videos on books that I have read, re-read, actioned and that have made an impact on my personal Family or Business life, and in turn helped Families and Businesses I’ve interacted with as clients over 3 decades. Connect with Reg Athwal for any of the following: 1. Scheduling in a FREE Private “ZOOM” Family Business Advisory Call 2. Invitation to our Family [More]
This conversation is part of the Future of Work Pioneers Podcast. Today we are joined by Professor Stuart Russell. Dr Russell was trained at Oxford and Stanford. He is currently a member of the faculty at UC Berkeley, where he holds the Smith-Zadeh Chair in Engineering. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Neurological Surgery at UC San Francisco and Vice-Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Council on AI and Robotics. SPONSORED BY: – GUEST INFO: – OUTLINE: 0:09 – Introduction 0:45 – UK VS US Education System 5:56 – Human Compatible: AI and the Problem of Control 11:23 – Human-level or Superhuman AI 16:53 – AI bubbles 21:49 – Increased popularity of AI courses 25:35 – Groundbreaking developments in AI 29:20 – Tesla, Waymo, & Google: Self-Driving & Lidar 34:30 – Future of Work: AI impacting the Economy CONNECT: Subscribe to this YouTube channel LinkedIn Host:
Robotic Process Automation can automate repetitive, manual tasks to provide greater flexibility and efficiency for your organization. Through this video, learn more about RPA and know how ValueLabs can help you with automation.
UiPath Robot at work – Entering invoice data into SAP. The robot opens the email, downloads and reads a PDF invoice. It then logs in SAP, enters all the required data and parks the invoice. It then confirms the successful execution and moves the email from the NPO Invoices to the Processed folder.
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The future of work in a world of AI and robots Toby Walsh is Scientia Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales, research group leader at Data61, guest Professor at Technical University of Berlin, external Professor of the Department of Information Science at Uppsala University and an honorary fellow of the School of Informatics at Edinburgh University. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, and of AI Communications. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of the ACM, Journal of Automated Reasoning and the Constraints journal. He has been elected a fellow of both the Australian Academy of Science, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and the European Coordinating Committee for AI in recognition of his research in artificial intelligence and service to the community. He has won the NSW Premier’s Prize for Excellence in Engineering and ICT, the Humbolt Award, and the Research Excellence Award of the Association for Constraint Programming. He has been Secretary of the Association for Constraint Programming (ACP) and is Editor of CP News, the newsletter of the ACP. He is one of the Editors of the Handbook for Constraint Programming, and the Handbook for Satisfiability. Ci2019 featured over 40 global leaders including Chief Technology Officer of Google Ray Kurzweil (USA), CEO of NESTA Geoff Mulgan CBE (UK), Chief Data and Transformation Officer at DBS Bank Paul Cobban (Singapore), A.I. Experts Professor Toby Walsh and Liesl [More]
Discover a way to work from home while providing essential services to Fortune 500 companies and other top brands. Our guest is Angela Selden, CEO of Arise, the leading provider of virtual business services.
Discover the best data science startups to work for in 2020… or read the full article: Before you start sending out your resume to Bain and McKinsey, consider our list of the Best Data Science Startups to Work For in 2020! Why work for a data science startup? Sure, big data science consultancies have the stability and the benefits every aspiring data scientist strives for. However, you may find yourself working on predictable and often repetitive tasks with little opportunities for growth. At least for the first few years. Startups, on the other hand, allow you to develop your skillset by trying new things and handling a variety of challenges. Responsibilities there change quite frequently. So, within less than a year you could be doing something entirely different… And a lot more interesting for you than what you were initially hired for. In other words, the sky is the limit! We based our research on insight from KDnuggets, LinkedIn, and Forbes to discover the best startups to watch in 2019. Then we picked our top 10 – the fastest growing machine learning and tech startup companies that give you both development opportunities, and a chance to work on inspiring projects. So… watch our data science startups review to learn what they do, where to apply, and why you should consider working there. And don’t mind the order – these startups are so unique, that every single one of them could easily be number 1 on our list. Enjoy watching! [More]
Creative Innovation 2016 Asia Pacific (Ci2016) “The Exponential Shift: Making Transformation Happen” Martin Ford is a leading expert on the robot revolution, artificial intelligence, job automation and the impact of accelerating technology on the economy and society. He is the founder of a Silicon Valley-based software development firm and the author of two books: New York Times bestselling Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future and The Lights in the Tunnel: Automation, Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future. He has over 25 years of experience in computer design and software development, and holds a computer engineering degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a graduate business degree from UCLA. In this interview, Martin points out the disruptive impact technology is going to have on the job market. He hopes to offer real solutions for everyone to thrive in an era of disruption. Creative Innovation 2016 Asia Pacific was held on the 7-9th November, 2016. The central theme of this year will was ‘The Exponential Shift:making transformation happen’. The event this year showcased world changing innovators, disruptors, futurists, scientist, inspired thinkers and curious souls gathered together in an interactive community. Creative Innovation 2016 Asia Pacific is the premiere conference for anyone who cares about creativity, innovation, leadership and transformation. Ci2016 delivered world class creative and exponential thinking, innovation leadership and pragmatic solutions. Offered credible forecasts, strategies and practices to help transform you and prepare the leadership of organisations for disruption in [More]
Berkley’s Stuart Russell says making sure that AI benefits humanity is complicated, with concerns dating back to Alan Turing. He uses the example of eradicating cancer with the help of AI to illustrate the potential dangers. For full audio and transcript, please go to:
Mark Scott, Secretary of NSW Department of Education moderates an expert panel across AI, technology, industry and the economy to further explore AI and the future of life and work. Mark will be joined on stage by Toby Walsh, Andrew Charlton, Daniel Petre and Genevieve Bell. Join the conversation on Twitter by following @education2040 and using the hashtag #futurefrontiers. Special thanks to our principal partners Adobe, CBA, Deloitte and Hicksons Lawyers for their strong support. Find out more about our partners, speakers and the program at
Paul Daugherty (BSE Computer Engineering, 1986) is Chief Technology & Innovation Officer at Accenture, where he oversees overall technology strategy, research and development, and ecosystem relationships, and is responsible for developing Accenture’s business in emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, and Blockchain. Daugherty is co-author of Human + Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, a seminal book providing a much-needed management playbook for the business of AI, recently published by Harvard Press.
What you are about to see is a robot that will perform a human task autonomously and outline of key points to take into account when considering if this type of automation is right for your business.
“Literalmente, definimos nossas vidas em função do trabalho. O que vamos fazer se isso começar a mudar?” – Kevin Surace durante sua palestra na edição de abertura da Temporada 2017 do KES, dia 28/03, em São Paulo. O KES – Knowledge Exchange Sessions, tem a missão de aproximar conteúdo de inovação e criatividade de grandes executivos de diversas indústrias. Além de trazer esse conteúdo, através de uma série de encontros com palestrantes que abordam os principais temas da nova economia, o KES tem ainda o papel de estimular a troca de conhecimento entre os executivos. KNOWLEDGE | Conhecimento que interessa – inovação, tecnologia, storytelling, cultural hacking EXCHANGE | Proximidade com experts e influenciadores do mercado – troca, network-ing, experiências compartilhadas SESSIONS | Inovação e criatividade em módulos – troca de conhecimento feita em sessões mensais KES – Knowledge Exchange Sessions CEO and Entrepreneur, Kevin Surace, is a well-known Silicon Valley entrepreneur and a disruptive innovator, awarded Inc Magazines Entrepreneur of the Year, listed as one of the top 15 innovators of this decade by CNBC, awarded Tech Pioneer by World Economic Forum – Davos, nominated as Innovator of the Year by PlanetForward and inducted into the Innovation Hall of Fame. He has been awarded 24 patents and is credited with pioneering work on the first human-like voice user interface, the first cellular data smartphone, the first mass produced high R value windows, the first soundproof drywall, and many other innovations which have become commonplace today. He has been featured in nearly every major publication including BusinessWeek, Time, Fortune, Forbes, and CNN as well as nearly every major network and keynoted hundreds of gatherings from INC 5000 to TED to the halls of Congress. To hire this speaker to speak at your next event, contact BigSpeak Speakers Bureau (805) 965-1400 For information about BigSpeak,
Kevin Surace discusses the coming of the end of human work at TEDx Orange Coast. Taxi drivers replaced by driverless vehicles, doctors replaced by robots and computers, chefs replaced by cooking robots. Artificial Intelligence rules. That future is closer than we think. What will we do? TEDxOC talk in September 2014.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Kevin Surace materfully delivers his view on the new coming renaissance where automation helps us in many aspects of our lives. He says: “Humans can choose to invent, contribute, execute and master many fields. All in one lifetime. Or Not” Credits: all media are creative common or belong to the speaker Kevin Surace is an innovator and entrepreneur and CEO of Appvance which drives scalability and performance of apps and websites. Kevin has led organizations instilling innovation, technology, and revenue growth including Serious Energy (from 0 to 420 employees), Perfect Commerce (supply chain software), CommerceNet (non-profit), General Magic (virtual assistant), WebKnight (Java authoring) and Air Communications (smartphone). He has been featured in BusinessWeek, Time, Fortune, Forbes and CNN and keynoted hundreds of gatherings from INC5000 to TED to the halls of congress. He has been Entrepreneur of the Year (Inc. Magazine), named a top 15 innovator of this decade (CNBC), awarded Tech Pioneer (World Economic Forum), nominated as Innovator of the Year (PlanetForward) and inducted into the Innovation Hall of Fame (RIT). At Serious Energy he helped to retrofit some 70,000 projects including the Empire State Building and NY Stock Exchange. He serves on 6 boards and has been awarded 24 US patents. In his spare time, he is also a well known music director, producer, arranger and percussionist. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is [More]