The huge “I don’t know” market

Ingo Plöger, President, Strategic Council, CEAL The digitalization of our life, revolution 4.0 and the Internet of Things all give us innovations in work, in social life and in the way we exist. They make us ask existential questions. Among them, the most compelling is how long until we are replaced by AI – Artificial Intelligence- and robots in the work we do today. Several scenarios show that 50% of the work we do today will be replaced in the next 15 years by these innovations. Students who are about to enter college are wondering if their study choice will become obsolete at the height of their careers. What about the simplest activities? Won’t the impact be even greater? This […]

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