Thinking machines and jobs: How banks can respond to the opportunity
Excellent work has been done in recent years on igniting the discussion on technological unemployment. This session is about changing the dystopian “robots will kill our jobs” conversation into a “disrupting unemployment” perspective. We will also investigate the opportunities for new wealth creation and how financial institutions can leverage those new markets and models.
Our keynote speaker David Nordfors and his partner Vint Cerf are already thinking about the next stage: “If computers are going to do what people do today, what can people do?
It’s a new, huge market for innovations that help people create maximum value for each other: innovation for earning to match innovation for spending. As this is not only about today’s jobs, we will weave in the perspective of Millennials from Wharton FinTech and the Singapore Management University.