Workforce Institute board member Christian Kromme writes about the future of work with your digital double.
Author and Futurist Christian Kromme forecasts a world in which we'll all be programmers.
There’s lots of talk about digital transformation but do we really know what it means? And everything that’s involved?
I recently had occasion to re-read a 20-year-old book on how people share information. There is every reason to believe that a book about information, written back in the days when the internet was still quite new, would be rather ridiculous today. But the truth was quite the opposite.
We've polled our board members - as we've done every year for over a decade- to generate our annual global workforce predictions. Please read, enjoy, and let us know your reactions.
We all want to know what it means to be a human when technology seems to be consuming everything around us. Over the years, the threat of robots, artificial intelligence and machine learning has caused great speculation, fear and worry.
Imagine it is 2030. Today, it’s quite normal to communicate with your computer in the same way you interact with human beings. You can use natural language, show your emotions, and use gestures and your computer understands you.
I do believe there is a myth that AI will take jobs away. I believe AI is going to free people from the mundane and focus them on where their efforts and expertise matters can make an impact and deliver value.
So, why should an online alien attack matter to HR leaders?
Our board members assess the accuracy of our 2019 workplace predictions. How well did we do?
People attuned to the latest technology will have a better feel for what is possible and apply that to their work. We’re all going to have to spend a greater portion of the day learning, rather than merely working. Playing with apps is one way to start.
Bill Bartow, VP of global product development @KronosInc discusses practical AI technology that's already here.