Megatrends Podcast Series
Globalization has made the world we live in very small and very connected. Market trends are global, companies are innovating faster than ever, and money managers are paying very close attention.
In each episode, author and hedge-fund specialist Maneet Ahuja explores the megatrends that are vastly changing how the world does business. We’ll hear from OppenheimerFunds portfolio managers and other investors and inventors about how these trends are creating new strategic opportunities for investors.
Episode 6 - Robots: Taking Jobs? Or Creating Them?
Robots are showing up everywhere. Most of the time, we don’t even realize it. So, what does that mean for humans? To find out, we speak with leading investors, designers, and manufacturers to understand the newest developments in robotic research: John Delano, portfolio manager of the Oppenheimer Global Fund at OppenheimerFunds, Jodi Forlizzi, Director of the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon, and Claude Dinsmoor, General Manager of Product Development at FANUC America.
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