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AI119B - Fear Not the Bot: 21 Jobs of the Future That Will Require Human Skills & Sensibilities

Session Description

The rising tide of AI and automation has sparked fears of a jobless future. While some jobs and individual work tasks will disappear over time, there will be lots for humans to do. It just won't be the work we're doing today. The Cognizant Center for the Future of Work estimates that approximately 21 million new jobs will be created in the next decade by augmenting human skills and sensibilities with emerging forms of artificial intelligence and automation. Many of these jobs will provide meaningful work and living wages for those willing to reimagine the future and reskill to tap into a world of new opportunities. Paul Roehrig, Co-founder of Cognizant Technology's Center for the Future of Work and co-author of "What to Do When Machines Do Everything" will discuss the Center's research surrounding the 21 Jobs of the Future. Roehrig will discuss how organizations can balance automation with passion, empathy and creative energy that only humans can bring to the workplace.


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AI & Robotics
AI
Attendees will learn why AI is here to stay and how it will improve many jobs of the future.
Attendees will learn why humans are more likely to work alongside a bot.
Attendees will learn skills that will be required in the future.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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