Faced with the claim that AI and robots are poised to replace most of today’s workforce, most mainstream professionals — doctors, lawyers, accountants, and so on — believe they will emerge largely unscathed.
We talked to three futurists to find out what the hot jobs of 2025 could be, and their answers may surprise you. Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 Leadership stories of 2015. See the full
Businesses urgently need innovative people, so we must dispel the myth that creativity is something mysterious that cannot be encouraged Whenever I hear the phrase “creative industries” I’m always surprised.
Another week of early voting has passed. In collaboration with the Associated Press Election Research Group, we are tracking at least 74,836 people who have voted in the 2016 election as of this weekend.
Snapchat is losing the "chat." The company has been renamed Snap Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported late Friday night. Cleaner, right? That's not all: The company will also release video-recording
In Silicon Valley, software engineer is synonymous with eye-watering compensation. Monthly salaries for engineering interns (about $81,600 per year annualized) are about twice the median wage in the rest
Anonymity, we often assume, is the breeding ground for bad behavior on the internet. Among the gatekeepers of comment sections and social media sites, the conventional wisdom is that anonymity empowers
Think about our planet for a second. Earth has an elliptical — oval-shaped — orbit. That means we're closer to the sun for one part of the year and farther away another part of the year. Does that fact
More and more people in education agree on the importance of learning stuff other than academics. But no one agrees on what to call that "stuff". There are least seven major overlapping terms in play.