Tag: Human

Man vs. Machine: Will Human Workers Become Obsolete?

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bjbj”9″9 JEFFREY BROWN: And now, more on the challenges of creating enough new jobs in an ever more automated and high-tech economy. NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman has the story. It’s part of his ongoing reporting Making Sense…

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Developmental Services Worker – Durham College

Developmental Services Worker – Durham College

Developmental service worker program is helping people who have intellectual or developmental disabilities, um, as well as physical disabilities, it’s helping them, sort of get integrated in the community. When people think of developmental disabilities they automatically think…

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Global Leadership Fellows – Creating Future Global Leaders 2009

Global Leadership Fellows – Creating Future Global Leaders 2009

Prof. Wayne F. Cascio: Today we live in a world that is enormously complex and much more interdependent than in any time in history. We are confronted with global issues that we have never faced before and it…

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Which Comes First- The Story or the Point? Storytelling in Business

Which Comes First- The Story or the Point? Storytelling in Business

Doug, sometimes I have a story that Iíve realized over time could be a good story, and other times I have a point that I need to make. But when you are putting it all together, which comes…

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Meet the EHF Fellows: Anne-Marie Brook

Meet the EHF Fellows: Anne-Marie Brook

– I’m Anne-Marie Brook, and I’m one of the co-founders of the Human Rights Measurement Initiative. We are a global collaborative project developing metrics for tracking the human rights performance of countries. (greets audience in foreign language) (audience…

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China’s Geography Problem

China’s Geography Problem

This video was made possible by Squarespace. Build your custom website for 10% off by going to squarespace.com/wendover. China is a country both blessed and cursed by geography. On one hand its land has allowed the country to…

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Human rights and business

Human rights and business

Human rights are universal and help to protect people’s dignity and ensure freedom and respect. It’s not just the human rights of people in countries many thousands of miles away that matter… …but the rights of people working…

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International Human Microbiome Consortium

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Conference Coordinator:Good morning and welcome to the International Human Microbiome Consortium media briefing hosted by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. This briefing will last approximately 60 minutes. There will be five primary speakers who will provide brief…

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Sorensen Fellowship at Brandeis University

Sorensen Fellowship at Brandeis University

I worked with Kenya Social Ventures in the second largest slum in Africa. I came with already set ideas about what’s a slum like and how development should be. And I found out that development should be only…

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The race to sequence the human genome – Tien Nguyen

The race to sequence the human genome – Tien Nguyen

Packed inside every cell in your body is a set of genetic instructions, 3.2 billion base pairs long. Deciphering these directions would be a monumental task but could offer unprecedented insight about the human body. In 1990, a…

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