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Saturday, May 25 • 12:15pm - 1:05pm
Visions for the Future of Work

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Historically, technology has created more jobs than it’s destroyed. That might not continue to be true. What will people do? Who among us will be most “robot-ready” for the work places of the future? Panelists will discuss how artificial intelligence, robotics, and automation are transforming human business, markets, government, and law.

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David Peterson

Assistant Professor, James Madison University
David is an Assistant Professor of Management at James Madison University. Trained as an organizational psychologist, he studies creative thinking, creative people, and creative jobs. His research addresses topics such as "How to lead creative teams," "How to get others to think outside... Read More →

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John Monahan

Science Writer
John Monahan is a writer, and science teacher. He is the author of the non-fiction book They Called Me Mad: Genius, Madness and the Scientists Who Pushed the Outer Limits of Knowledge. His newest book is another non-fiction work, Babbage & Lovelace: The Victorian Computer Wizard and... Read More →
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Anton Korinek

Professor of Economics, University of Virginia
Anton is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Virginia and Darden School of Business as well as a Research Associate at the NBER. He received his PhD from Columbia University in 2007 after several years of work experience in the IT and financial sector. He has... Read More →

Saturday May 25, 2019 12:15pm - 1:05pm EDT
Panel 1 (WW B)
  • Moderator David Peterson