Lessons needed to beat the computer

Half of the jobs in the category “management, business and financial” involve complex perception and manipulation tasks, as well as creative and social intelligence, and will not be automated for a decade or two. This is a call to action. It suggests that business schools must refocus their curricula to provide students with the right skills so that they avoid being computerised out of the future.

Full text in my 18 June 2014 article “Lessons needed to beat the computer” in Financial Times.

 

 

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