Sfaturimarți, martie 31st, 2015
Prof Brynjolfsson offers three pieces of advice to his students. First, “learn how to do things that humans do better than machines”. These include creativity and entrepreneurship, but also interpersonal skills such as motivation, persuasion, nurturing and caring. Second, embrace life-long learning. “The skills that are valuable today may be less valuable tomorrow, as technology advances.” Third, do what you really love. “In the second machine age, most markets will be ‘winner-takes-most’ where a small number of top performers get most of the revenue, attention and success. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to excel without really loving what you do.”
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