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We are living through the first stages of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Workers of all stripes, at all levels, stand to be replaced by machines—by artificial intelligence, in most cases, which is only beginning to have its impact. In years to come, lives will be disrupted. Jobs will be lost. But the news is not altogether bad.(NON) HUMAN INTELLIGENCE shows how the chan ...more
Kindle Edition, 295 pages
Published December 10th 2018 by CollectiveBrains
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Sep 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Futurist and ex-Microsoft SMB leader Cesar Keller details in this book how new opportunities will be created, as the deployment of AI and automation minimizes business costs, and workers are freed to be more entrepreneurial and collaborative.

But it’s not all good. Unless steps are taken to protect people, it can be a disaster. Keller notes that it is likely that entire job categories will be wiped out, with lower class jobs and middle-man manager jobs taking the biggest hits.

In the big picture,
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Feb 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
- Cesar demonstrates his unique knowledge of the fundamentals of team dynamics on effective productivity and business impact
- Gives great guidance on how to plan for your future
- Insights based on hard evidence which industries will be effective and where the opportunities are
- This is a movement. The future of work is the assessment of social and economic inequality that exists, en masse today. The divide will get wider and the book explores the value and changes in education, leadership, and r
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Being someone who is closely tied to the future of work industry, I truly enjoyed reading the book. The insights, examples and co-relations shared in the book will blow your mind and will force you to see the world from a very different perspective. The book is an eye-opener about how our jobs are going to change phenomenally and how do we prepare for the same. No one knows the future for sure, but we can learn from the mistakes in the past and make sure we don't repeat them in the future. This ...more
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This is a quick read but makes you feel so good after finishing it. It's only 199 pages, and flows very nicely. There are also graphics included to explain some concepts (attached). It is filled with references and useful factoids. When you're done you will feel empowered to be part of the future of the workforce of upcoming generations. Wish more books were like this.
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Cesar Keller is a futurist, author, key note speaker and the CEO of WORKPLACE21, an AI-Powered HUMAN platform. He took part in one of the first academic teams developing AI in Brazil, and his mission was making a robot see and recognize objects. A complex task that would take a few decades to be done.

He changed gears and started focusing on understanding human sciences. Working internationally wit

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