Musenero, Baryomunsi, to headline Victoria University CEO’s Platform discussing impact of technology On ‘Human’ Jobs

The excitement that came with the emergence of technology is fast becoming a nightmare to those it is affecting negatively. While technology has eased how we live life, in so doing, it is displacing and replacing people at workplaces.

Technology is phasing out millions of jobs and sending millions of people to the world of unemployment. While one can argue that technology has created jobs which is a fact the pain of losing a job to machines is as painful, stressing and depressing.

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It is therefore imperative that humans living in this era of technology advanced think of how they can adapt to a life of technology. Like it has been witnessed, technology can create new-age jobs through innovation and conducting more research.

This Friday, 17 December 2021, Victoria University, Uganda’s fastest-growing private university will host The CEO’s Platform On A Live Broadcast on NBS Television and other online platforms to discuss the future of employment in the technology world after its demise of human jobs.

The discussion panelists will be Dr. Monica Musenero, minister of science, technology & innovation, Dr. Chris Baryomuni, minister for ICT & national guidance, Dr. Nora Mulira, director of ICT research & innovation, National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) and Ron Kawamara, CEO Jumia Uganda.

The Friday live broadcast will start at 11: 00 am until 1: 00 pm. The panelists, especially the ministers Musenero and Baryomunsi, are expected to tell the public what the government is doing to boost technology innovations while Kawamara, a CEO that runs a successful startup will give testimonies how technology can make life better.

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