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1:51 Trends Bernard is following in 2022
7:50 Prediction about what people will do vs. what technology will do
9:38 The need for AI ethicists in the workplace
11:18 Why and how to think critically about data
11:40 The importance of ethical awareness as a future skill
19:20 The growing importance of data literacy for non-technical people
21:43 Preparing for hybrid AI-human teams in the future workplace
27:43 Implications of hybrid AI-human teams on trust
30:55 Will AI replace human workers eventually?
36:07 The role of humility and cultivating continuous learning
Bernard’s view on the greatest unmet wellbeing need at work today
"It's about giving people a choice, and trusting people as people. I think we've seen this now and this whole movement towards working from home and hybrid working. There are some companies that have really embraced this and say, 'okay, we need to change our processes, we define some goals. And we trust that people will get on with this, then if they're working four days a week or seven days a week, and if they only work three hours at night, if they get the work done, that's all good.'
And, and there are other companies that take a completely different perspective. And they say [that] we need to control people, we need to measure everything they're doing, we're not measuring the keystrokes. We're measuring how much time they spend on their computers, the websites that are visiting.
I find this very disturbing. So I'm a great believer in giving people a choice and trusting people and I believe if you feel that you have this freedom, and people trust you and give you the choice, and enable you to learn this word contribute hugely to well being."
What “working with humans” means to Bernard
“Working with with humans means recognizing humans for the amazing capabilities and skills they have. That really sets us apart from machines and animals.”