According to the EY survey, 100% of respondents were enthusiastic about emerging technologies

Technology has always fuelled economic growth, improved living conditions and opened up avenues to new and better types of work. Recent advances in artificial intelligence and automatic learning mark the beginning of a radical change in the world as we know it.

Recently, Ernst & Young (EY) one of the most important professional services firms in the world, which include audit, tax, finance, among others, shared a publication where they said they conducted a survey in the middle of a conference at the Women in Emerging Technology Immersion Course of EY and Henley where they said that 100% of the respondents were enthusiastic about emerging technologies such as the Blockchain.

The publication details the positive outlook of all participants, in particular the fervent social networking activity around the event, and the results of a survey of delegates which showed that 100% of respondents were enthusiastic about emerging technology and wanted to learn more about it.

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89% strongly agreed that it could offer new opportunities for promotion and professional development. The note also reported on the potential that emerging technologies can give women.

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Emerging technology actually has great potential to influence the careers and livelihoods of women in all sectors and demographics as it will for men.

But to navigate the volatile job market and take advantage of the abundant opportunities offered by new technologies, a way must be found to adapt more quickly.

This can be achieved by continuously updating our skills and by seeking alternative work arrangements, we can „run with the machines“. Like it or not, change is coming, and the worst move of all would be to ignore it.