The challenge in a world with less work is how you maintain that sense of social solidarity Daniel Susskind is an economist and fellow of Balliol College, Oxford. He has held policy roles in the Blair
(CNN) — The robots. They're coming for your jobs. All of you. Long the prediction of futurists and philosophers, the lived reality of technology replacing human work has been a constant feature since cotton
Robots in workplace ‘could create double the jobs they destroy’ Rise of machines could lead to 133m jobs globally in next decade – WEF report The rise of machines, robots and algorithms in the workplace
New studies show that the latest wave of automation will make the world’s poor poorer. But big tech will be even richer So the robots are coming for our jobs, are they? Yawn. That’s such an old story.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation promise to usher in a new era of inexpensive goods, effortless personalization, and freedom from tedium. Yet beneath the surface of innovation a current of disenfranchisement
Ford is developing self-driving delivery vehicles it plans to launch in 2021, but there’s a problem. If there isn’t a driver, who’s going to bring the package or pizza to your door? In tests with faux-autonomous