14 Core Future Capability Skills

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According to the latest research, the following 14 skills are considered the most important non-technical attributes, with the exception of new media, required in the future workforce.

https://youtu.be/ZHNbPzu1YVM

For more information about training, education and preferred skill sets for employment in the future workforce you can read more at: The Institute for…

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Get ready for the supermind: a new collective intelligence

Robots are certainly replacing us in many routine and predictable jobs as well as in the professions and the creative arts.

There’s another scenario unfolding, however, that suggests a far more interesting and positive future, a future where robots need us as much as we need them. It is digital disruption…

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Eight emerging technologies for future work

There is no doubt the future of work will change, particularly with emergent technologies.
Here are eight that are making an impact.
https://youtu.be/WdH3v8r7fnw

For more information involving future work skills and education and training go to: The Institute of Working Futures

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Future proof your employment skills

Future proof your employment skills

Why you need to future proof your employment skills
These days, automation affects every industry simultaneously and robots are replacing–and outperforming–humans where the work is routine and predictable.

However, as the world relentlessly automates, we will value, encourage, and prioritize social skills.

Accordingly, those with interpersonal dexterity will be well-placed to engage with…

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Our Watch Awards

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Recently I had the good fortune to attend the Our Watch Awards.

The annual award is in its fourth year and celebrates the best reporting around domestic violence issues.

I interviewed some of the winners as well as the host, Julia Zimero, author Rebecca Poulson and SBS journalist Angela Pippo.

More importantly, they…

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Artificial Intelligence: Coming to scare you at a cinema soon

Artificial Intelligence: Coming to scare you at a cinema soon

Popular culture is pretrifed of AI.

Take movies, for example. Most AI cinematic excursions tend towards the dark, the moody and the downright deadly. In fact, a robot protagonist is far more likely to murder than nurture its hapless human victims. Take the following movies, for example:
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Ethically…

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How to become a digital nomad

One of the most popular discussions at the recent Launceston Freelance Festival was the panel on digital nomads.

This is an edited version of the disucssion with freelance journalist Sue White and BSchool founders Ryan and Lincoln Trainor.

https://youtu.be/BXlzygZU7ro

Cyberculture: A guide to social media self-defence

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Protect yourself online

Cyberculture is your guide to social media self-defenceHate is everywhere on the internet and it’s getting worse. Cybergangs trawl the web for victims to destroy; online lynch mobs get people fired from their jobs; school kids are bullied to death; hackers re-configure web pages to give epileptics seizures,…

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