How do you prepare for the future of work? 

We can already see it happen. Jobs that are new to our parents are now done by robots. Anything we can automate, we should.

We should spend our energy on more important stuff. On things that only we humans can do.

And those are: abstract thinking, empathy, imagination, solving real big issues, creativity, instinct, common sense.

Let the mundane to the machines and the robots.

And for this, I want you to read two pieces:

  1. AI and human intelligence are two different things. Here’s why you shouldn’t compare them.
  2. What’s in store for humankind in the next years. A chapter from Yuval Noah Harari’s most recent book (launched August, 30 this year) – 21 lessons for the 21st century.

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Andra Magda

Writer with a degree in Psychology, living in the heart of Transylvania, I freelance for companies and publications.

I write about work, failure, personal experiments, and creative industries.

I don't use social media, but I do share updates via my monthly newsletter. It’s like a magazine, delivered to your inbox.

Andra Magda

Writer with a degree in Psychology, living in the heart of Transylvania, I freelance for companies and publications.

I write about work, failure, personal experiments, and creative industries.

I don't use social media, but I do share updates via my monthly newsletter. It’s like a magazine, delivered to your inbox.