Warwick Technology Network Presents The Future of Work is Now


Warwick presents an inspirational session uncovering what the Future of Work will look like.

We will understand better what new is coming to the workplace, by looking at the key trends that shape people’s expectations at work, key challenges that companies face & explore together how businesses can be ahead of the game when it comes to their people & technology.

The panel discussed how CIOs, CTOs and tech enthusiasts can lead the cultural change, how technology can augment people, and the impact of AR, VR & AI and latest technology on Future of Work.

Event Page

Future of Work by KateGoesTech. Warwick Business School. The Shard.

My main points:

Follow the weird – Capitalize on weirdness today rather than losing out on the mainstream tomorrow

Ways to Future-Proof Yourself in the Face of Coming Automation – Be above APIs or Swim in Blue Waters

Follow the Gut Feel – You can learn skills, but you cannot learn to be passionate

Learn to Deal with Uncertainty – This will be the most common state of work in the XXI century (25% probability of recession hitting world economy in 2019 and 56% in 2020)

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As a Transhumanist I believe humans can move beyond current physical and mental limitations, and I see technology as a major way to improve the world and empower humanity. Believing in a divine power of a human being, nevertheless, I acknowledge we might have stepped too far in relation to other forms of life.


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