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Pip Jamieson – What we need to learn today, to be ready for tomorrow

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We all know the robots are coming. However, there are three very human traits that machines struggle to automate: 1) they don’t have common sense, 2) they don’t understand (or have) empathy, and 3) they can’t match our creative capabilities. Pip Jamieson, founder of 'no-collar' community The Dots (which Forbes described as 'The next LinkedIn?'), will talk about the critical importance of putting Art (i.e creativity/design) back at the heart of technology and education. If we want our children and grandchildren to have jobs, we need to stop obsessing about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) - STEAM is far more important - putting Art at the core of education. Drawing on a wealth of research, analytics and data, Pip will provide ten tips as to how (and what) we need to learn today, to be ready for tomorrow!

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Pip Jamieson – What we need to learn today, to be ready for tomorrow

  1. 1. What we need to learn today, to be ready for tomorrow
  2. 2. Pip Jamieson CEO, The Dots Twitter: @Pip_Jamieson Career •2002: Economics & Math from Edinburgh •2003: First Job - Economist Fast Stream Civil Service •2004: Started work in the creative industries •2009: Co Founded 1st creative tech business in Australia •2014: Launched The Dots, Forbes ‘The Next Next LinkedIn?’ Fun Fact •Lives on a houseboat called Horace in Kings Cross Delightfully dyslexic, excuse typos!
  3. 3. Job hopping Creative-led skills Constantly evolving skillset No Collar professionals The future of work Job ladder Managerial / clerical skills Skills specialisation White Collar professionals Traditional work 3 Problem: LinkedIn only works for people who wear suits
  4. 4. Publish multimedia projects you've worked on and tag collaborators you worked with Resumés emphasise traditional, 'linear' careers over No Collars’ preference to job hop & freelance Traditional Work The Future of Work Solution: A network based around projects @Pip_Jamieson
  5. 5. Why: because creativity is a team sport! @Pip_Jamieson
  6. 6. Connecting with brands @The_Dots_UK
  7. 7. Diversity @Pip_Jamieson
  8. 8. Soon machines will drive, serve customers, clean, manufacture, do our accounts, legal work & code by rule! 
 What are humans still good for? Creativity!
  9. 9. “The Next LinkedIn?”
  10. 10. Data editors & content curators Credit: Mona Chalabi, Guardian Data Editor @The_Dots_UK
  11. 11. Creative technologists
  12. 12. Human Body Designer @The_Dots_UK
  13. 13. Rewilding designers @The_Dots_UK
  14. 14. Interior habitat designers
  15. 15. Experience designers @The_Dots_UK
  16. 16. Virtual habitat designers @The_Dots_UK
  17. 17. Ethical tech advocates @The_Dots_UK
  18. 18. Space Tour guideSpace tour guide @The_Dots_UK
  19. 19. Rise of freelancers, portfolio careers and slashes
  20. 20. @Pip_Jamieson
  21. 21. The robots are coming!
  22. 22. What we need to learn today, to be ready for tomorrow
  23. 23. Embrace your creativity! @The_Dots_UK
  24. 24. Questions, not answers! @Pip_Jamieson
  25. 25. STEAM, not STEM @The_Dots_UK
  26. 26. @Pip_Jamieson
  27. 27. The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift. Embrace your intuition!
  28. 28. Embrace your differenceEmbrace your difference!
  29. 29. Above all, be human! @The_Dots_UK
  30. 30. Continuously learn @The_Dots_UK
  31. 31. Death of the job title - skills first
  32. 32. Data Editors Credit: Mona Chalabi, Guardian Data Editor
  33. 33. Be ethical! Be kind! @The_Dots_UK