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20 common jobs in 2040
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If you walked into an average 1950s era household, you would see much that you would recognize, including home appliances, a TV and an automobile. On the other hand, if…

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The Future of Consumer Internet Connectivity and Demise of ISP Companies in Africa
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To understand what the future of internet connectivity will be, you have to understand several things. First, you need to understand how people connect to the internet right now. Most…

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Rebooting Citizenship: Responding to AI and Automation
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Contributed by John Lazar, Software Engineer, Business Leader and Technology Investor  We are assailed almost every day with a new report or study purporting to clarify the impact of Artificial…

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Empathy and the Future of Policy making
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Contributed by Kit Collingwood-Richardson, Deputy Director Universal Credit, Department for Work & Pensions (DWP). Co-founder, One Team Government movement. The public sector must respond more effectively to societal change The way…

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4 Mega-Trends for the Future of Work
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We’ve become accustomed to thinking that technological advances are eliminating jobs and tasks that require low-level professional qualifications. From automated toll booths to supermarket tills, we’re used to the erosion…

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How to Develop The Skill that will Save you from Being Replaced By Robots or Automation
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AN AFRICAN FUTURIST PERSPECTIVE The single most important skill you will ever learn is in itself an oxymoron. It is dependent on your ability to vanquish procrastination and achieve something…

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Why the Combination of Fake News and A.I is Extremely Dangerous for Africa
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We live in unprecedented times, where, unfortunately, increasingly things are not what they seem to be or what they should be. We only have been in this situation for less…

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How African Leaders Will Thrive in An Exponential World
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My work as a Futurist in Africa is simply to prepare my continent for the Future. The truth is we live in challenging times. Geopolitical turmoil, local and national social…

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MIT’S NEW VOICELESS INTERFACE IS A REAL LIFE “MIND READER”
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The way we interact with the technology in our lives is getting progressively more seamless. If typing terms or addresses into your phone wasn’t easy enough, now you can just…

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Will Lawyers Become Extinct in the Age of Automation?
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FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF : Paul Rawlinson, Global Chair, Baker McKenzie   ‘The robots are coming’. It’s fast becoming the mantra of our age. And it comes with more than a hint…

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