This year (2017) will go down in history — but it may be nothing compared to the next four.
Before the next race for the White House, we’re poised to witness a big jump in technological advancement: the widespread rise of social media, artificial intelligence, an extreme increase in devices and sensors, advanced digital avatars and more. While this election felt personal to almost everyone, Peter Diamandis, founder of the X Prize and Singularity University, thinks the next election will be literally personal thanks to technology.
But I’m not talking about politics or public policy here, and these trends won’t only impact the election. They will also impact future workforce trends, and how companies engage with their employees. Here’s how workplace technology trends might change in the next few years.