You will pick an industry/career field (this should be the one you want to work in or are already working in) and answer the question:

You will pick an industry/career field (this should be the one you want to work in or are already working in) and answer the question: How will advances in technology affect this industry and the workers in it, and how might policy need to shift to address this change? The audience for this paper/presentation will NOT be your instructor/classmates. Instead your paper/presentation should be tailored to policy makers in the industry or in government.
NOTE: We will be discussing the ride sharing industry extensively in class (Uber and Lyft) therefore you cannot pick this as your industry.
You may wish to consider some of the following questions while doing your research, but you do not have to address all of them in your paper/presentation:
1) What is the cutting edge of technology right now in this industry?
2) Who are the thought leaders in this industry and where do they see it going in the
future?
3) What technology could be the most influential in the future for this industry?
4) Could quantum computing or high performance computing make a difference in the
industry?
5) What could be the potential uses of artificial intelligence in this industry? Could large
scale adoption of AI lead to a reduction of a certain type of jobs in the industry or could it
change the nature of work in that industry?
6) Due to these changes in the industry, what future ethical considerations must be
considered?
7) What current policies (government, corporate, etc.) exist that affect the industry?
8) How might policies need to shift to accommodate future changes in the industry?
Here are the requirements for your paper/presentation:
a) Single spaced 12 point font 1 inch margin on all sides
b) Less than 3 pages
c) More than three scholarly sources (APA in text citation and reference list)
i) A good place to start to search for scholarly sources is the Library tab on the left side of your Canvas course.
d) Each person will have 3 minutes to speak (yes it is short!). Appropriate visual aids must be shown as well.