Highly Recommended Viewing: WEF Issue Briefing: Jobs in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (youtube.com)
As technological advances, demographic change and new business models disrupt labour markets, what are the implications for employment, and what are the best strategies for mitigating job losses from automation?

- Mariana Mazzucato, Professor of Economics of Innovation and Public Value, University College London (UCL), United Kingdom
- Andrew McAfee, Co-Director and Co-Founder, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy; Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Saadia Zahidi, Managing Director, Head of Social and Economic Agendas, World Economic Forum
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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Deep briefing here. Societies around the world, governments and industries need to prepare for the 4th IR. At the core a new reinventing of education, skills for work, a new narrative to be always in constant preparation, is needed to deal with the upheaval of employment which is coming. A lot depends on how we prepare, both personally and collectively. We are not sure if really governments and the tradicional sector are really waking to this yet.