The Knowledge Economy is transitioning into The Curating Economy, a new economic paradigm that influences industries, markets, and work. This shift involves knowledge and innovation as primary drivers of economic growth, wealth creation, and employment. As AI advances, knowledge workers will transition from creators to curators of knowledge, leading to productivity enhancements and competitive advantages for businesses. However, this transformation presents challenges such as job displacement. With over 100 million knowledge workers in the US and over 1 billion globally, the future of work and employability raises questions. Organizations and individuals must adapt to the Curating Economy by focusing on personal investment in new skills and rethinking their approach to work, innovation, and creativity. Holistic skills, such as decision-making, problem-solving, and communication, will be crucial in the short term.

Bottom line: AI literacy is the real challenge in this new Curating Economy. Not engaging in this AI literacy race against the other 1 billion knowledge workers means falling behind. There’s an opportunity in the AI revolution for those proficient in AI literacy to excel while laggards fall behind. The tide does lift all boats, but some sooner than others. If your ability to identify opportunities surpasses that of your peers, you emerge as a victor in the market. Link to article:

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