As programmable enterprises continue to develop their businesses around cloud computing, big data, and the internet of things, they will employ millions of people in new types of jobs, such as continuous service delivery, where employees become skilled generalists and part of DevOps teams, data analytics, and jobs related to sensor ecosystems, at companies like Facebook, Apple, and Baidu.
Three trends shape the evolution of these firms:
Robert Cohen explores how infrastructure changes will alter corporate use of software, skilled employees, and strategies, the business and economic impacts of these changes, and the broader impacts of these shifts on our economy and society.
Robert Cohen is a senior fellow at the Economic Strategy Institute, where he is directing a new study to examine the economic and business impacts of machine learning and AI on firms and the U.S. economy.
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