Now more than ever, it is hard to see around our economy’s corners and predict the unintended consequences of new technology on our workforce.
There are many unanswered questions: What industries have the advantage in the tech economy? Who will be taken by surprise? How do we train our evolving workforce, eliminate critical skills gaps, and teach low-tech workers like truck drivers and factory workers how to function alongside AI technologies?
It’s not enough to just keep up. Businesses and workers need to get ahead of change. In our fourth Future of Work summit, The Atlantic will explore what is on the cutting edge, how to turn the disruption into opportunity, and how to find success in unlikely places.