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25 Dying Professions

Postby grzegorz on Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:27 am

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Re: 25 Dying Professions

Postby everything on Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:29 pm

top skills of 2019:
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/04/the-30- ... edin-.html

5 most in-demand soft skills in 2019:
5. Time Management

Recommended courses: Tony Schwartz on Managing Your Energy for Sustainable High Performance, Finding Your Time Management Style, Time Management for Managers

4. Adaptability

Recommended courses: Strategic Agility, Developing Adaptable Employees, Developing Adaptability as a Manager

3. Collaboration

Recommended courses: Collaboration Principles and Process, Being an effective team member, Business Collaboration in the Modern Workplace

2. Persuasion

Recommended courses: Persuading Others, Becoming A Thought Leader, Advanced Consumer Behavior

1. Creativity

5 most in-demand hard skills in 2019:
5. UX Design

Recommended courses: UX Foundations: Multidevice Design, UX Design: 01 Overview, UX Research for Agile Teams

4. People Management

Recommended courses: Motivating and Engaging Employees, Managing Team Conflict, Leading with Purpose

3. Analytical Reasoning

Recommended courses: Making Decisions, Decision Making Strategies, Executive Decision Making

2. Artificial Intelligence

Recommended courses: Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Machine Learning, Machine Learning and AI Foundations: Classification Modeling

1. Cloud Computing

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Re: 25 Dying Professions

Postby Trick on Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:52 pm

I see there on the horizon the AI stand for all the creativity, reasoning…and work…… We humans then ? Well we can play Taijiquan as much as we want if we’re into that, virtually of course:)
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Re: 25 Dying Professions

Postby everything on Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:43 am

lol right. AI can easily do the repetitive and even the difficult (especially analysis), and even the creative, or at least guidelines about the creative (see the recent articles about Netflix' relying less on algorithms to cater to certain bigwigs for the relationship sake). It can't teach you taijiquan (or maybe there is some interesting way to help here??? There is a lot of motion capture and analysis of pro sports to help with decision making these days. Even something simple like the Wii balance board tells me I slightly weight myself more on the left side).
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Re: 25 Dying Professions

Postby yeniseri on Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:01 am

Perhaps it is my view of humanity but with all this 'instant' knowledge retrieval, senily dementia, early onset dementia, Alzheimers', etc will become more prevelent because we are not integrating the visual, auditory and other sense organs in meeting our daily life tasks. We are expecting some 3rd party of some sort to intervene and puff, we have the answer for regurgitation. Gold and other precious metals are made so by the pressure (people stuff translates to tasks, how we test and assess our values, etc difficult times that test us, etc) so we lose that and our minds become like a "marshmellow".
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