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October 21, 2020

Podcast: Jamie Merisotis on Human Work in the Age of Smart Machines

Jamie on a panel discussion in suit with lapel microphone addressing others on the stage.

By Tom Vander Ark

This week, Tom is sitting down with the president and CEO of Lumina Foundation, Jamie Merisotis. In this episode, Jamie discusses his newest book, Human Work in the Age of Smart Machines. In his book, Jamie makes that case that the question is not, “What is the future of work?” but, “What is the work of the future?”

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October 20, 2020

Video: Mersotis interviewed on Inside INdiana Business

Inside Indiana Business Host Gerry Dick at the news desk with HUMAN WORK book cover keyed over his shoulder.

By Gerry Dick

The future may be “now” as we evolve into the age of high tech, smart machines, and artificial intelligence. Add to that, COVID-19’s impact on the workplace. How will all these factors affect Indiana’s workforce and what has higher education learned from the pandemic?

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October 17, 2020

How do we prepare people for the future of work?

Jamie Merisotis, smiling with city skyline behind him.

By Mike Young

Last week, MDLF Executive Director Mike Young spoke with Jamie Merisotis, President and CEO of Lumina Foundation, about the future of work. They talked about higher education, preparing people for human work, and some of the challenges and opportunities Indiana will face as one of the most manufacturing-intensive economies in the United States.

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October 13, 2020

‘Human Work’ Q&A with Jamie Merisotis

book cover

By Scott Jaschik

Jamie Merisotis cares deeply about work, the jobs that will be available in the years to come and the education and training people will need to perform well in those jobs. Since 2008, he has been president and CEO of the Lumina Foundation. Based on his experience at Lumina and past work as president of the Institute for Higher Education Policy, he wrote HUMAN WORK IN THE AGE OF SMART MACHINES.

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