Technology Innovation Removed the Horse from the Carriage
Horse population peaked in 1915, shortly after the mass introduction of the automobile. It’s been pretty much downhill as far as the work market for horses since then. But, of course, your job is still safe from the possibilities of the technology of innovation, right?
What if you knew that technology innovation is moving at light-speed? Moving faster than your knowledge of the innovative extent? Replacing jobs needing humans in categories you’d thought impossible yesterday? My emotional reaction would be somewhere between the incredulity of fear and the disdain of apathy.
Last month we wrote of Wearable Technology. There we encouraged you to Embrace the future by wearing it. Wearing technology is one thing. Being replaced by technology?! Could new technology innovation put you out of work? As Tevye said in Fiddler on the Roof, “If I try and bend that far, I’ll break.” Read more →