n HR Future - Learning organisations : why the time is now - skills for the future

Volume 2020 Number 1
  • ISSN : 1608-8506


As technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data, the blockchain and the Internet of Things automate much of the work human beings currently do, even highly qualified professionals such as auditors, lawyers and software developers will need to ask what their future jobs will look like. People and organisations alike need to embrace the importance of lifelong learning to remain relevant in a changing job market. Consider the rapid advancements we’re seeing in AI. In less than a decade, it is feasible that we could see AI systems that can make a more accurate diagnosis from an X-ray than a radiologist, or pick up discrepancies in a set of financial data faster than an auditor. These are jobs that once demanded years of study and a degree or professional certification.

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