In an AI era, lessons from dinosaurs help us adapt to the future of work

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État de publication: Publiée (2019 )

Nom du quotidien: The Conversation Canada


Résumé: The ancestors of modern birds were the sole survivors of one of the most severe mass extinction events in the history of the world. Today, 10,000 known bird species exist, all of them the descendants of dinosaurs. Polar adaptations, seed-based diets and even nest designs may have played roles in determining who lived and who died. In the fourth industrial revolution era, enterprises and human workers are equally at risk of becoming extinct. This time, being proactive is essential and adaptability is the answer.

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