Jomel Alos
30/10/2017 · 21 min read · ~10
Skills of the Future: 10 Skills You’ll Need to Thrive in 2020 [Infographic]

Skills of the Future: 10 Skills You’ll Need to Thrive in 2020 [Infographic]

Technology is advancing at such a rapid pace that in 2020, about 5 million jobs will be replaced by automated machines. Self-driving cars will gradually change the way we travel, and artificial intelligence (AI) will soon make decisions for us. We...

Fabio Marzocca
14/11/2016 · 72 min read · +100
Will the future still need the man?

Will the future still need the man?

“Weak” and “Strong” Artificial IntelligenceSome scientists, such as Stephen Hawking and Stuart Russell, believe that if advanced AI someday gains the ability to re-design itself at an ever-increasing rate, an unstoppable “intelligence...

Fabio Marzocca

Fabio Marzocca

Thank you Sara Jacobovici! I really appreciate your thought: "the very creators of AI are not conscious of the fact that is the unique human capacity of abstraction and creativity, the ability to imagine, that has allowed them to produce their technological devices". That's very true.

20/11/2016
Fabio Marzocca

Fabio Marzocca

Thank you Ian for your really interesting point of view. #9

20/11/2016
Jarl Frijs-Madsen
30/7/2016 · 41 min read · ~100
Why America will be winning with or without Trump

Why America will be winning with or without Trump

It has been said that the 19th century belonged to Europe, the 20th  century belonged to America and the 21st century will belong to Asia. There is a lot of truth in this, as economic and political power will continue to move from West –...

Dean Owen

Dean Owen

In a Financial Times article I think back in 2012, I predicted Shanghai would overtake London as a Financial centre by 2020. I stand by that prediction too.

30/7/2016
Dean Owen

Dean Owen

Agree on all points except perhaps the 2050 prediction. If you look at all the top schools in the US, you'll see Asian faces in unprecedented numbers. They rely on Asia students for a bulk of their funding (I have been approached numerous times by US colleges to act as a consultant to increase enrolment of Chinese students). China overtook Japan as the second largest economy just 2 years after the Beijing Olympics and Shanghai Expo heralded China's arrival on the World stage. Back then,there were only a handful of Chinese studying abroad. The next generation of Chinese business leaders will be US college educated, and I have no doubt that China will be the largest economy in the World by 2035. Great buzz. You clearly know what is going on.

30/7/2016
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