We’re Asking the Wrong Questions About the Future of Work
The future of the workplace is changing at a rapid pace. Many are worried what the future will look like with the constant advancements in AI and technology. With this in mind, there are certain questions that get asked quite frequently.
- Will my job become obsolete due to tech?
- What will the workforce look like with the commonplace of AI?
- Will there be enough jobs?
But these aren’t necessarily the right questions.
Instead of thinking about what technology will do to humans, we should be asking, how can humans use technology for advancements in the workplace? This flip of thought changes the perspective and possibilities of future workplace culture.
We explored the answer to this new question in more detail in as part of a Future of Work series featured in the Cincinnati Business Courier. Read the full story here.
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