“Machines are a little bit like in Star Wars (like androids), so they are your helpers.”
The second part of our video series “The Future of Responsibility” is about the increasing importance of “Machine Minds” in our working life. Vitra Trendscout Raphael Gielgen talks about cobots whose work goes hand in hand with humans, Toyotas “Woven City” of the future and what we as students have to do in order to benefit from Machine Minds. Raphael is convinced that humans will stay relevant, because skills like creativity, ethical perspectives and even poesie cannot be replaced by machines in the near future.
What do you think is the most important asset to stay relevant in the age of Machine Minds? And how does a Responsible Leader have to develop them among his employees?