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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    This terrifies me: "xamples of this would be those in the financial world using computer algorithms in conjunction with their financial trading expertise to increase their results. Or, surgeons using robotic technology to perform difficult surgeries with more precision and higher probability of success. So in essence, those jobs where a computer can’t (yet) replace a human, but can enhance his or her function, will become more valuable. "

    What can college graduates do to prepare for a world where they won't necessarily have the skills necessary to be an expert? How are they supposed to train for the future? Should we all try to become surgeons or technologists?