Automation steals jobs. Nevertheless, new jobs and professions arise unpredictably. If education trains you to think it doesn’t grow old. At the Robots steal jobs debate, organized by SAMK, stood out the importance of learning ability.
Ms Mirka Leino, MSc (Tech), Principal Lecturer in SAMK created in her dissertation a model for technology development work between higher education institutions and enterprises, where both parties present their needs and share their knowledge.
How would you feel, if part of your staff or colleagues were robots? This will a reality in more workplaces sooner than you can imagine. You’d better prepare yourself for this change, because it will definitely come.