As machines creep ever further into work that requires thinking and judgment, human creativity, interpretation, emotions, and reasoning will become increasingly important. STEM may just lead to its own obsoleteness, and in doing so increases the value of professionals trained in the humanities.
An alumna of Stanford’s Comparative Literature department, Kathryn Hume currently leads sales and marketing for Fast Forward Labs, a machine intelligence research company, and teaches courses on law and technology at the University of Calgary. You can subscribe to her regular newsletters and updates at www.fastforwardlabs.com.
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