Date: March 29, 2022
Time: 12:00-13:00 EDT
Underserved communities are disproportionately impacted by the march of technology through artificial intelligence, automation, and digitization. This panel conversation will tackle pressing questions about the future of work and entrepreneurship to address the underserved communities that represent the majority in the global economy, including:
- What is the future of work and entrepreneurship for the underserved communities globally?
- What needs to be done to harness the gains and mitigate technological disruption in the future of work?
- How can 21st century cities respond to the challenges of massive urbanization and the dramatic cycles of boom and bust that create gentrification and build growing slums?
Dr. Jo-Ann Rolle, Dean of the School of Business at Medgar Evers College and member of the GCNYC Board, and Mariano Bernardez , Executive Director of the Performance Improvement Institute, will join the Center for Social Impact + Innovation to share insights from their recent contributions to A Handbook on the Future of Work and Entrepreneurship for the Underserved.