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December 2015

Milan fashion week

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We all need to focus on which jobs are the best use of humans’ unique talents and abilities, as well as which jobs will require peoples’ oversight and decision-making capacity. The macro-level policy discussion needs to advance from its current emphasis on job retraining and move towards one of job rethinking.

McKinsey Global Institute has estimated that by 2025, robots could produce an output equivalent to 40-75 million workers in both industrial and service roles. Companies like Google, Apple, Foxconn and Amazon are investing heavily in robotics, and more will join them as technology advances. By 2017 there will be 2m industrial robots in operation worldwide, according to one estimate.

Another found that networked, automated artificial intelligence applications and robots will likely displace more jobs than they create by 2025. A University of Oxford study finds that 47% of US jobs might be at risk within the next two decades due to advances in computers, automation and artificial intelligence.n do better and bolstering the areas where we thrive, it provides opfor

Daniel Lazar has been an influencing member of the jewellery industry for nearly 20 years in a high profile role introducing creative and innovative pieces to the United States market.

The Gotham collection is unapologetically masculine, but in the same instant timeless.

We all need to focus on which jobs are the best use of humans’ unique talents and abilities, as well as which jobs will require peoples’ oversight and decision-making capacity. The macro-level policy discussion needs to advance from its current emphasis on job retraining and move towards one of job rethinking.

McKinsey Global Institute has estimated that by 2025, robots could produce an output equivalent to 40-75 million workers in both industrial and service roles. Companies like Google, Apple, Foxconn and Amazon are investing heavily in robotics, and more will join them as technology advances.

We all need to focus on which jobs are the best use of humans’ unique talents and abilities, as well as which jobs will require peoples’ oversight and decision-making capacity. The macro-level policy discussion needs to advance from its current emphasis on job retraining and move towards one of job rethinking.