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    Robots, AI and the Future of Work - Randy Lowman

    Date: May 29, 2024, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Southside Virginia SHRM
    Danville Community College
    Foundation Room 109, Silverman Auditorium
    (this is the first building on your left located beside the playground)
    Please park at the Wyatt Building
    Free for members/$25.00 guest
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    Title:  Robots, AI and the Future of Work

    Overview: Join us for a thought-provoking session with Randy Lowman, as we delve into the transformative impact of robotics and artificial intelligence on the workplace and society. This presentation offers a comprehensive exploration of the historical evolution of technology, its accelerating pace, and the philosophical considerations underlying the future of work.

    Key Highlights:

    Historical Milestones: Understand the progression of technological ages and their impact on humanity, leading up to the current era of robots and AI.

    The AI Revolution: Learn about the rapid advancements in AI and Intelligent Automation and their implications for both employers and society at large.

    Philosophical Insights: Engage in a philosophical discussion about the nature of work, human identity, and our interaction with technology.

    Future of Work Scenarios: Examine different scenarios on how AI and robotics might reshape the employment landscape.

    Preparing for Change: Gain valuable insights on adapting to this new era, focusing on evolving skills, educational transformation, and rethinking the concept of work.

    This session promises to provide attendees with a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented by AI and robotics, equipping them with the knowledge to navigate and shape the future of work.