“The education systems will go through a revolution because of AI, not because of anyone deciding to take them through a revolution, but because amazing new facilities will come online, which will make education startlingly more efficient.”
– Calum Chace
When the topic of AI and the future of work arises, the picture painted is often a bleak one: What will we do for work? How will we survive? Will we ever recover? But Calum Chace and Angus Knowles-Cutler have a much more optimistic outlook on the future. And so, Paul Miller asks his guests: What should children be learning today to equip themselves to work alongside machines in 20 years’ time? They discuss the subjects and skills that will prepare the next generation and whether our education systems are ready for this new challenge.
This enlightening and refreshingly positive conversation also covers how we can all prepare for the future; how different societies will adapt and which will prosper; and asks would a life without having to work really be so bad?