47% of jobs could be automated – A warning, opportunity, and vision

Just read an astounding study by a couple of scholars at Oxford who claim that 47% of current jobs could be computerized. That's 64.0 million of the current 136.1 million jobs┬áin the US! It is a great read. They provide a lot of historical background on technology adoption and its impact on job creation/destruction. And … Continue reading 47% of jobs could be automated – A warning, opportunity, and vision

How to measure anything – book review and summary

I recently finished How to Measure Anything: finding the value of intanglible in business. It's a great book, I highly recommend it. Especially┬áif you have a engineering/science background and find yourself in management. Hubbard claims that there are no intangibles that you can't measure. Central to this claim is his definition of measurement as "uncertainty … Continue reading How to measure anything – book review and summary