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How the Banks are handling Job Disruption
There was an Australian Senate Inquiry on what we are doing as a nation to secure our jobs - as we face massive disruption from automation , ai , machines and Business Process Outsourcing.
Labor's Ed Husic said 3.5 million workers are under threat of having their jobs disrupted by technology.
What if your daughter were 1000 x more intelligent than you ?
Let’s take a child, your child perhaps. Let’s imagine that she is growing in intelligence in front of your eyes and that her intellectual growth is following Moore’s law.
By sixteen she is at your level and everything looks pretty good. However, by the age of
Mike Cannon-Brookes – Australia needs to make some important decisions
Mike Cannon-Brookes met with a senate committee suggesting that we need to adjust our immigration policies to attract the best and brightest technologists from around the world.
These skills will not be filled by people losing their jobs from technology disruption (drivers being a case in point - who
Artificial intelligence and automation are coming, so what will we all do for work?
LATELINE BY MARGOT O'NEILL
From ABC.net.au http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-09/artificial-intelligence-automation-jobs-of-the-future/8786962?pfmredir=sm
What does the worldwide head of research at Google tell his kids about how to prepare for the future of work with artificial intelligence?
"I tell them … wherever they will be working in 20 years probably doesn't exist now," Peter Norvig says. "No sense training for