As we look to the future of the workforce, technological advances in automation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc. could render a billion jobs unnecessary.
At last month’s Milken Institute London Summit, Chairman Michael Milken used the occasion to explore how globalization has been a force for widespread economic growth, yet not everyone has shared in the benefits.
What will happen to these workers? What will they do with their lives and how will they support themselves and their families? How will they find fulfillment?
As Milken explains in his speech, the challenge we now face is how to create opportunities in an economy that can meet the needs of their people. That has been the goal and the mission of the Milken Institute and many ways has been to widen capital, create jobs, improve health, and they do this through independent data-driven research today through its various centers.
Watch Milken’s full conference speech above.