This week: we’re on a break but we have something interesting in store for you, and it’s not about our longitudinal auto ethnographic research on leisure time but rather, how automation will make your job harder.
This week: We’re on a break but we have something interesting in store for you, and it’s not just Mr Goxx the cryptocurrency trading hamster.
We discuss why it’s no longer true that automation and AI will make all our jobs easier.
We set out to unlearn old wisdoms and discover new ones, starting with computers.
This week: big tech in the time of corona, and why robots are not taking your job.
This week: real innovation between steam trains and convenience, and the automation paradox.
Your future is not yet written. Here are some ideas currently being tested that aim to put people at the centre of discussions about a better AI future.
This week: women, more automation and the future of work.
If the reward for employee efficiency is job loss – what’s the incentive to improve jobs and organisations? Let's take a look at Amazon
This week: programming for obsolescence, raising minimums, and lettuce-loving robots.
What does automation mean for the future of mining, agriculture, cities and the future of jobs? A discussion with Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Chief Scientific Adviser at the UK Ministry of Defence.