Event description

The impact of automation on the American job market has long been a source of concern for everyday people, businesses, and government leaders. Today, autonomous vehicles, digital-twin factories, AI-enabled medical diagnoses, and robot customer service agents make us wonder:

  • How is artificial intelligence changing the American workforce? And how quickly?
  • What will our workforce look like 5 years from now?
  • Are we preparing Americans for this digital revolution?  If not, what steps can we take towards that end?
  • How can American business and government leaders ensure this change leads to a positive impact on society and the economy?

Please join us for a GeoTech Hour on the workforce of the future from 2-3pm ET on March 7, featuring Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Commerce Kevin Gallagher, Accenture Chief Technology Officer Paul Daugherty, and CMinds Eon Lab Executive Director Claudia del Pozo. The GeoTech Center is excited to present what promises to be a thoughtful and engaging discussion on best practices for training a robust future workforce in the age of emerging technology.


Paul Daugherty
Group Chief Executive – Technology & Chief Technology Officer

Kevin Gallagher
Senior Advisor to the Secretary
US Department of Commerce

Claudia del Pozo
Executive Director, Eon Resilience Lab

Moderated by

Stephanie Wander
Director of Programs, GeoTech Center
Atlantic Council

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