This week: working less for more, and the future of work not as usual.
This week: calling bullshit, sexist credit cards and death predictions with Jevin West.
This week: welcome to Season 6, with hidden YouTube fame and ghost kitchens.
Each year the Macquarie Dictionary Committee choose a new word that represents the year gone by. Drawn from a short list, the words selected are both innovative and highly topical: so it’s no coincidence we have delved into some of the issues underlying these evolving words.
This week from San Francisco: a fake special with restaurants, reviews and monsters.
Humans are poor at remaining vigilant over time. That’s bad news for the safety of partially automated cars, which sometimes need the person behind the wheel to quickly take over control.
There are good reasons why business has not been as successful as sports teams at implementing algorithmic decision-making.
China is more than capable of reaching its goal of global AI leadership, but it will require a change in mindset to carry out and support groundbreaking research, not just follow existing technology.
Using computer algorithms to make decisions about employees might seem like an objective management strategy, but it could actually give an inaccurate picture of productivity and compromise employees’ rights in the process.