An interactive session on a selected topic. There will be a short presentation followed by an open discussion to share ideas and opinions.
Accelerating changes in the workplace due to current transhumanist technologies such as AI, blockchain, and robotics, and future technologies such as genomics, implantables, and brain-computer-interfaces create an uncertain future.
The average life span of companies today on the S&P 500 is 15 years, down from 67 years a few decades ago. The life span of our careers is also expected to exponentially decrease.
Will there be enough jobs for us all? If so, what skills are needed? And how do we start obtaining these skills?
Transhumanism is the concept of overcoming limitations of human biology using science and technology.
1. Transhumanist technologies and key trends shaping the job market in the next 15-20 years
2. Potential jobs and relevant skills needed
3. How to start obtaining these skills to stay relevant
Alyse Sue is a software developer and has worked in AI and Blockchain startups. She is also a freelance tech writer covering AI, Transhumanism and Emerging Tech. She writes for data-driven Investors and other companies. You can check out her writing here. (https://medium.com/@alysesue).
She co-founded three ventures including a genomic data machine learning startup, a health startup and an emerging tech community for a positive impact called Transhumanism Australia. Prior to this, she worked in Product Development, Innovation and Management Consulting at KPMG.
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