The Future of Work: How to Thrive in the Automated Workplace
4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Jan. 10, 2020
“To meet Arizona’s workforce needs, the UA must prepare our students to work and lead in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, when biological, digital, and physical technologies converge to further transform the landscape and our reality.”
- Robert C. Robbins, President, University of Arizona
Join us for the most important two hours of your career and learn how automation and artificial intelligence are expected to affect the workplace.
Local industry leaders and education experts will introduce you to the sweeping changes being driven by automation and artificial intelligence—already coined the “4th Industrial Revolution.”
Speakers will include UArizona President Robert C. Robbins, Eller Economic and Business Research Director George Hammond, Arizona Board of Regents Immediate Past Chair Ron Shoopman, along with panel presentations from industry and education leaders, including Eller College Dean Paulo Goes.
Learn how to adjust your education strategy so you can thrive in the automated future.
Business and community officials will be looking to you to help prepare tomorrow’s tech-proficient workforce. Find out what they need.
Discover paths to retraining and reengineering your career that will enable you to shift to the new workplace.
Tickets are $10 per person (free for University of Arizona students with code).
Parking is free in the Second Street Garage (1340 E. 2nd St.) or the Highland Garage (1420 E. Helen St.). Light refreshments will be provided.
Sponsored by Arizona Public Media, The University of Arizona, Eller College of Management, Southern Arizona Leadership Council, Community Foundation of Southern Arizona, Pima Association of Governments, Making Action Possible for Southern Arizona Dashboard, Arizona Daily Star and Sun Corridor, Inc.