Sublime innovation is changing the way we work, play, and live. It’s also disrupting the way we eat. That’s a good thing. Our future – and the U.S. economy – depends on it.
Several years ago when my wife’s parents were moving homes, they found an old notebook. It contained meticulous handwritten records of swimming races from the 1980s. In towns across the state of Indiana, over many years, my wife and her three sisters swam hundreds of races.
Our meeting on March 7, the first in a series led as a joint effort between the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Lumina Foundation, kicked off an eight month sprint of work to improve the talent marketplace. All of the organizations involved are experts on today’s emerging technologies, such as semantic web standards (e.g., linked data), distributed ledger technologies (e.g., blockchain), artificial intelligence, and machine learning. We know that these technologies have the power, if leveraged properly, to transform the talent marketplace and drive future innovation.