Technology What will work look like in the future? Tell us what you think.

08:56  23 february  2021
08:56  23 february  2021 Source:   zdnet.com

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What will the future of work look like ? There are lots of optimistic cheery answers to this question. I think these answers are correct…but only for some of the people. We will just follow the pattern that was laid out for decades of having people working harder doing more job duties and the pay rate will either go down or remain stagnant as the prices rise. Which lead to either a revolution or evolution in the existing social structure which has been unbalanced in the USA since the 1980’s by the conservative movement which is threatening the Constitution through its’ weakening of democracy by

Working from home in 2020 has been a big change and an even bigger challenge for many people, but next year will see these changes become more solidified into working life. At Pod Group I developed a management structure that promotes our human skills, in order to help us take full advantage of AI and the future of tech, and to ensure that we are prepared for radical change. My book ‘The WEIRD CEO’ discusses the impact of AI on the future of work .

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Remember when clouds were solely in the sky, and team communication meant picking up the phone? Thanks to innovations in IT, those days are long gone. Now, workplaces use virtual desktop infrastructure to work remotely, clouds for computing, video conferencing software to meet, and countless collaboration platform-tools to manage projects, teams, and businesses.

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This is just the beginning of what the digital workplace will look like. What other trends will define the way we work over the next five years? TechRepublic Premium is conducting a survey to find out.

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The profession a person chooses determines his future life in many ways. It takes time to choose the career that matches your interests. If you choose the wrong profession this might lead to miserable life. Generally speaking it’s not easy for a school-leaver to decide on his future career. There are some frivolous people who enter an institute thinking whether they like the profession they had chosen or not. But occupation you want to devote your life has to bring you satisfaction. So it should be something you can do and you really want to.

I think that is the future for what we now call humanity. Evolution through natural selection is an undesirable process when customizing new species. Customized humans might come in several varieties, depending on what circumstances they are designed for. There will likely be human variants designed for long term space In terms of evolution we will see very little changes. This is a process that takes manys thousands of years to create any noticeable change. There are however two main points that will change the way we look , and their impact will only amplify in the years to come.

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Artificial intelligence will inform us very early on in our lives what we are allergic to, what our sensitivities are, how much exercise we require, what our stress levels are. We ’re already finding that AI psychologists are extremely effective. They’re able to measure a patient’s responses to questions. There’s a lovely phrase, attributed to the futurist Roy Amara, that goes like this: “ We tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the effect in the long run.” With this in mind, let’s consider work . We ’re already discussing what kinds of jobs will be affected by

In the next years, we 'll change the way we view education, as a four year rite of passage, and we 'll have to embrace lifelong learning. In the past, universities were real cathedrals me knowledge, where you could learn about any subject and broaden your ideas. The internet changed that, as now you can have that at the tip me your fingers, so schools will have to rethink their business model, as they are no longer the only source of What do you think the future of education will look like in the US and in the world? What is going to happen to the university system in the United States in the next 15 years?

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