A Regional Reality Check: Mapping Automation-Proof Jobs and Skills
Iyad Rahwan, MIT
June 4, 2018 | EmTech Next
MIT's Iyad Rahwan provides insights into which human skills will be most valued in this new era, and how that understanding can help regions position thier workforce for the jobs of tomorrow.
Iyad Rahwan, Associate Professor, MIT
Iyad Rahwan is an associate professor at the MIT Media Lab, where he leads the Scalable Cooperation group. A native of Aleppo, Syria, Rahwan holds a PhD from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and is an affiliate faculty at the MIT Institute of Data, Systems, and Society. Rahwan’s work lies at the intersection of computer science and the social sciences, with a focus on collective intelligence, large-scale cooperation, and the social aspects of artificial intelligence. He led the winning team in the U.S. State Department’s Tag Challenge, using social media to locate individuals in remote cities within 12 hours using only their mug shots. Recently, he crowdsourced 30 million decisions from people worldwide about the ethics of AI systems. Rahwan’s work has appeared in major academic journals, including Science and PNAS, and features regularly in major media outlets, including the New York Times, the Economist, and the Wall Street Journal.
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