The world's leading tech companies are currently investing billions of dollars in Artificial Intelligence. In China, the first robotic dentist has already completed its first surgery, and in the next 20 years, 47% of jobs are estimated to be at risk of being automated. In 2020, 43% of US workers are estimated to work as freelancers and 82% of today's youth have already used YouTube as a learning platform. In a future where technology is an integrated part of work - what will be the implications for people, organizations and society?
Innovation Centre Denmark invites you to apply for the Future of Work Master Class, a one-week intensive learning experience in Silicon Valley. In collaboration with the world's leading tech companies and research institutions, we will explore the opportunities and challenges of new technologies on the future of work. We are already talking to Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Stanford, Berkeley, Udacity and Institute of the Future.
The Future of Work Master Class will take place in Silicon Valley in the end of 2018.
The class will give you a deeper insight into the newest technologies shaping our future such as AI, robotics, blockchain, and VR/AR. You will be challenged on how the future workplace will look like, and together with like-minded leaders discuss what implication this will have on people and organizations. You will leave Silicon Valley with a new understanding of the discussions you need to have in your organization to be prepared for the future.
The class will be thought-provoking and reflective with focus on active learning, hands-on application and experimentation. It will involve discussions and networking with Danish peers and leading American technology pioneers.
The class will explore three themes:
The master class is for decision makers and senior leaders who work within the fields of business development, strategy, industry policy making, leadership and recruitment. It is intended for you who want to help shape your organization's future.
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
If you are interested in hearing more about the program, click the link below and sign up, and we will get back to you with more information and a final sign-up form https://um.easysignup.com/56/
Innovation Centre Denmark (ICDK) is a partnership between the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
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