Learning to Work with Intelligent Machines, as seen in Harvard Business Review
According to research conducted by Technology Management Assistant Professor Matt Beane, on-the-job learning is under threat. According to Beane, "The headlong introduction of sophisticated analytics, AI, and robotics into many aspects of work is fundamentally disrupting this time-honored and effective approach. Tens of thousands of people will lose or gain jobs every year as those technologies automate work, and hundreds of millions will have to learn new skills and ways of working. Yet broad evidence demonstrates that companies’ deployment of intelligent machines often blocks this critical learning pathway." Read more in the September / October 2019 Harvard Business Review. Or watch Matt Beane's TED talk here.