Robots and smart machines have been the focus of a number of articles in the Financial Times over the last week. Click here to see our letter published by the FT on the topic. The key point:
While robots will take some roles, they will open opportunities in others. The issue is how humans can stay ahead of the curve in terms of what they do, what skills they need, and their ability to leverage the power of robots in the future. Just as we have adjusted to the use of robots in factories, how can we prepare to tap into their power in offices, schools, hospitals and every other aspect of our lives and work?
Note: Registration may be required on the FT site to see the letter.