Yossi Sheffi on new book “The Magic Conveyor Belt: Supply Chains, A.I., and the Future of Work”
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Professor Yossi Sheffi is Director of the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL), and Director and Founder of the Master of Engineering in Logistics Program. He is a faculty member of the MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, as well as the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society.
Professor Sheffi has shared his knowledge through his books, including his latest, “The Magic Conveyor Belt: Supply Chains, A.I., and the Future of Work.” He has been one of the leaders in the field at educating and sharing with the general public the wonders of supply chain logistics.
In this episode of the Alcott Global Podcast Leaders in Supply Chain podcast, host Radu Palamariu talks to Yossi about the following:
- Why Professor Sheffi wrote the book “The Magic Conveyor Belt: Supply Chains, A.I., and the Future of Work”
- Case studies and examples of the magic of the conveyer belt
- Are all human jobs doomed?
- Artificial Intelligence in supply chain and the future of work
- Importance of people in monitoring processes
- Transition and societal acceptance of Artificial Intelligence
- Progress in the education sector
For more podcasts in this series, visit the Alcott Global website.