Even before the pandemic, it seemed the world was spinning so fast it’s difficult to keep up. Arguably a lot of the technological disruption that was around in 2019 simply got accelerated – remote working, digitisation and AI to name just three.
Our guest today notes in his new book: Two hundred and fifty years ago the Industrial Revolution replaced our arms and legs at work. The fourth Industrial Revolution is now replacing our brains. He says The Machine Age is engulfing both organisations and people. This shift is challenging the very essence of what it means to be human.
His book won Business Book of the year in 2020.
We welcome the author of The Human Edge: How curiosity and creativity are your superpowers in the digital economy, Greg Orme.