How we can protect jobs from the ChatGPT revolution
In a world where AI is advancing rapidly, it’s no surprise that tech billionaires like Elon Musk call for increased regulation.
The concern is that machines are increasingly capable of performing complex analytical tasks, potentially leading to significant job losses.
However, history has shown that those who develop new skills and adapt to change are the ones who thrive.
By providing motivation and support for upskilling, organisations and governments can ensure that the workforce is equipped to succeed in a future where machines play an increasingly significant role.
Prof. Lynda Gratton shares her thoughts on the subject in her newest article for The Times here.