Futureproof focuses on how to be a human in a world increasingly dominated by machines, offering advice on strengthening uniquely human skills to thrive in the age of AI and automation.
The target group of "Futureproof" includes individuals seeking guidance on adapting and thriving in a world increasingly influenced by artificial intelligence and automation, focusing on personal and professional development in the face of technological change.Buy the book
Embracing surprising, social, and scarce skills ensures human adaptability and relevance in the AI-dominated workforce.
Preserving human values and resisting machine drift is vital in an increasingly automated world.
Demoting devices fosters a healthy balance, improving well-being, productivity, and meaningful human connections.
Leaving handprints emphasizes the importance of human creativity and personalization in a world dominated by AI and automation.
Embrace continuous learning and adaptability to avoid becoming an endpoint in the age of automation.
Embrace AI as a tool to enhance human work, not a threat to replace it.
Strong networks and communities foster resilience in an automated world.
Mastering machine-age humanities like attention guarding, digital discernment, and analog ethics empowers humans to thrive amidst technological advancements.
Empowering rebels for a human-centered future demands collective action prioritizing human values and ethical technology.
In "Futureproof," Kevin Roose explores the impact of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) on the workforce and provides strategies for individuals to adapt and thrive in this rapidly changing landscape. Roose emphasizes the importance of developing human skills that machines cannot replicate and offers nine rules to help people become more futureproof.
Kevin Roose is an American technology journalist and columnist for The New York Times, covering technology, business, and culture. He is also the host of the podcast "Rabbit Hole" and has appeared on various media platforms, including HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" and NPR.
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