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Category: Future of Work

Ep. 62 : Thomas Frey and Trent Fowler on the Great Resignation

Thomas Frey and Trent Fowler discuss the causes and implications of "The Great Resignation", the phenomenon in which an unprecedented number of people are leaving their existing jobs to strike out for new ones.

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Ep 57: Victoria Ransom on entrepreneurship and the future of education.

Victoria Ransom is a serial entrepreneur from New Zealand who has built three different companies, the most recent of which is an online learning platform called Prisma. She was listed as one of Fortune's Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, as well as one of their 40 under 40, and in 2015, she was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.

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Ep. 49: Joel Chan on metascience, creativity, and tools for thought.

Joel is an Assistant Professor in the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies (iSchool) and Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL). His research explores systems that support creative knowledge work, particularly ones that are open and sustainable.

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Ep. 47: Dr. Peter Langland-Hassan on imagination, philosophy, and technology.

Dr. Langland-Hassan is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cincinnati.

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Ep 44: Zanele Njapha on the importance of learning and unlearning in preparing for the future.

Zanele Njapha is a global speaker who has captivated audiences with her sensational keynotes and thought-provoking unlearning facilitations.

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Ep 39: Ruben Harris on Career Karma, coding bootcamps, and the future of education.

Ruben is a former investment banker who co-founded Career Karma, a company aiming to be the #1 destination for career advice on the internet.

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Ep 34: Marshall Brain on entrepreneurship and facing existential risk.

Marshall Brain is a futurist, speaker, and professor of entrepreneurship who founded HowStuffWorks.com. He joins us on the podcast to talk about these subjects and his new book on existential risk.

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Ep 32: Elaine Pofeldt on million-dollar one-person businesses.

Elaine is an independent journalist and speaker specializing in careers and entrepreneurship.

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Ep 23: Jungwon Byun, Andreas Stuhlmüller, and the future of research.

Jungwon Byun and Andreas Stuhlmüller are co-founders of Ought, a company which leverages advanced language models to automate open-ended reasoning, data gathering, analysis, and scholarship.

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