Glimpse into the future with thought provoking insights from global thought leaders. Imagine yourself in 2042 with the work world transformed around you. Get ready for this future now!
Metaverse and Super Computing Impact on Education and the Workforce
Stephen Ibaraki, futurist, reveals how the Metaverse and Deep Mind AI are shaping education and the workforce. He shares how super computing can be compared to the human mind’s capability and paints a picture of the world in 2042.
With over 300 senior executive roles, global awards and recognitions, Stephen Ibaraki is a multiple award-winning educator, researcher, speaker, writer, serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, investor, and executive board chairman.
This is part 2 of 3 of the interview series.
· Pattie Maes and the MIT Media Labs with ground-breaking work on how the metaverse can improve quality of life including the impact on education https://virtual.media.mit.edu/.
· An interview with Stephen Ibaraki on AI for Good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-z74cH60tRc
Global expert reveals how the future is already here
Stephen Ibaraki, futurist, shares how the technology we think about for 2042 is already here and the impact this has for the workplace. In this foundational podcast for L&D, he overviews the key trends for educators to keep abreast of, and how the amplification of technological changes is exponentially growing. With over 300 senior executive roles, global awards and recognitions, Stephen Ibaraki is a multiple award-winning educator, researcher, speaker, writer, serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist, investor, and executive board chairman. This is part 1 of 3 of the interview series.
Time for Trial and Error
Michelle Echevarria, Director of Learning and Development, shares insights on how the intersection of AI, Big Data and Mixed Reality interplay with Learning and Development to better equip the future workplace. Listen for practical tips and the role of equipping oneself now.
Flexible efficient work by "Chasing the Sun"
Cam Hafeez, Head of Sales Enablement, discuss what the impact 2042 has on people, process, and technology, including the people impact of flexibility, the process impact of "chasing the sun", and technology impact of distributed, collaborative work. Listen for practical insights and a new way to envision what the day to day 2042 work landscape looks like.
Motivation: critical for future workplace success
Bev Mitelman, Director of Learning at Egale Canada shares how motivation is a central pillar in 2042 and how blended, digital modalities adapt to continually foster learner needs. In a world with an ever-increasing pace, the need for digital dexterity of evolving tools and faster project operations becomes paramount. Learners' self-motivation to own their professional development, work quicker, and keep abreast of technology are some critical elements for the future learner.
What's real or hype: Machine Learning vs the sales pitch
Bant Breen, CEO of Qnary.com, shares data-backed insights about the Machine Learning era and the impact on the future workplace and training. Bant has a PhD on the topic of advertising and artificial intelligence and he unpacks the challenges of being human, the effects from the maturation of technology, and the role of Learning and Development. Listen to discover the specific skills to succeed with AI in the new world. Bant can be reached at www.bantbreen.com and firstname.lastname@example.org