The Fourth Industrial Revolution took center stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos a few weeks ago. The term represents the digital era we live in today with advancements in technologies like AI, automation and internet of things and how they interface with us as people.
As a global HR leader in a lightning-speed technology industry, it is thrilling to be experiencing this technology-led revolution firsthand as we address the future of work. From my perspective, this revolution is not much different than previous revolutions in the context of how work gets done. For example, calculators automated the way
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