Artificial intelligence is transforming professions, demanding individuals who can adeptly navigate complex contextual nuances, think creatively, demonstrate emotional intelligence, and make ethical decisions. These human abilities rely on the power of “intuition,” an exclusive capability inherent to humans.
Revolutionizing the conventional notion of work, emerging movements advocate for a more balanced and fulfilling life by challenging traditional work structures and embracing the integration of personal well-being and non-traditional forms of productivity.
In many countries, labor laws and employment safety nets are written in a way that defines workers as salaried-employees. This ignores the growing number of employees who work in the new world of work, in a multitude of new ways connecting between need and value. It is time to re-define labor safety nets.
The blurring boundaries between what used to be time for work, time for family, for doing whatever we chose to do when we didn’t work, these blurring lines prevent us from living in a different state during the day, the week, the year.
Prior generations lived in a physical world, one which expanded over time, but still a physical world. The generations growing up today need to live in both a physical and a digital world at the same time. Live, communicate, work. And they must develop skills to be successful in both.
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