Humility Is the New Smart. Your job is at risk-if not now, then soon. We are on the leading edge of a Smart Machine Age led by artificial intelligence that will be as transformative for us as the Industrial Revolution was for our ancestors. Smart machines will take over millions of jobs in manufacturing, office work, the service sector, the professions, you name it. Not only can they know more data and analyze it faster than any mere human, say the authors, but smart machines are free of the emotional, psychological, and cultural baggage that so often mars human thinking. To stay relevant, we need to excel at critical, creative, and innovative thinking and at genuinely engaging with others-things machines can't do well. The key is to change our definition of what it means to be smart. Hess and Ludwig call it being NewSmart, and offer guidance for developing NewSmart attitudes and four critical behaviors that will help us adapt to the new reality.