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The launch of the iPhone in 2007 started a trend that transformed society.

Reskilling key to survival in 'age of disruption'

Thomas Friedman's new book describes AT&T's innovative retraining program

ATSUSHI NAKAYAMA, Nikkei commentator | North America

TOKYO -- American columnist Thomas Friedman, the author of "The World is Flat" and many other acclaimed works, describes radical economic and social changes caused by disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence in his new book, 

The title, "Thank You for Being Late," was inspired by an incident at one of his regular breakfast meetings, which he says help pack more into a day.

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