Jobs in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Editors Note: World Economic Forum is not the “Good Guys”. These people are the Ultra Elite, they are the .001%. Everything, you are not going to be, assuming that you would even want to be one of them. The reason why this video is up is for the 99.999%. These Elite have a new opinion on education that is not part of the “Norm”, and that is something everyone should be paying attention to. For the first time, in a long time, they are discussing changing the education system massively. The video is hard to watch because these people are a bit off but the information that they eventually start to provide and the arguments they are having are important for you because they are talking about you, not them.¬†


As technological advances, demographic change and new business models disrupt labour markets, what are the implications for employment, and what are the best strategies for mitigating job losses from automation?

Speakers
– Mariana Mazzucato, Professor of Economics of Innovation and Public Value, University College London (UCL), United Kingdom
– Andrew McAfee, Co-Director and Co-Founder, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy; Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
– Saadia Zahidi, Managing Director, Head of Social and Economic Agendas, World Economic Forum

Moderated by
– Oliver Cann, Head of Media Content, World Economic Forum
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