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Are companies seeing people's roles change in the workforce as generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools are used to increase efficiency in the workplace?

With generative AI taking over some aspects of people's roles, in particular within some fields of knowledge, will education and training need to focus increasingly on the development of other skills, such as critical thinking, problem solving and communication (in addition to technical skills)?

If the difference between humans and generative AI becomes trust, is it possible for education and training systems to develop the capabilities in humans that means they retain the upper hand in terms of trust and nuance compared with Generative AI tools?


Dr Sean Gallagher, Centre for the New Workforce, Swinburne University

Dr Simon Eassom, Chief Futurist, Australian Council of Professions


Megan Lilly, Executive Director, Centre for Education & Training, Ai Group

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