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We must ensure the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a force for good

Our companies have a vast army of millions of people around the country who could have a tremendous impact by teaching apprentices, working side-by-side with them. In this way, we help close the skills gap, nurture prospective employees, and develop the future workforce that will support a strong and growing economy.

Rather than acting independently, all of the great companies — working with community colleges, universities, veterans groups, NGOs, K-12 schools, the government and the World Economic Forum — should come together to achieve workforce moonshots.

This variation of a common refrain offers a chance to reflect on the multitude of paths to development and qualification, and how effective each might be in the face of estimates like:

…half of jobs worldwide could be at risk over the next two decades due to AI and automation.