The ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work has called on governments to commit to a set of measures in order to address the challenges caused by unprecedented transformational change in the world of work.
The 22 January, 2019 will see the official start of the ILO100 celebrations, with the launch of the report by the Global Commission on the Future of Work in Geneva.
Remarks by head of the United Nations, UN Secretary-General António Guterres at Web Summit 2018:
SUMMARY: We are living in a time of rapid change, driven by increasing digitization and disruption of many of the institutions and relationships around which we structure our societies
The World Economic and Social Survey 2018 reviews the advances in frontier technologies – automation, robotics, electric vehicles, renewable energy technologies
Digital technologies play an ever-increasing role in almost all sectors of society and across industries through increased use of better and faster internet, remote sensoring devices
Pick up a magazine, access a blog or scroll through your Facebook feed, and you’re likely to see some reference to the gig economy.
In mid-2017, we released a summary of the activities of 8 of the world’s largest digital giants, namely Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Snap, Alibaba, and Tencent.
From robotics that can pick and pack goods in warehouses with acute precision, to algorithms in healthcare that can diagnose cancers as accurately as trained pathologists
The future of work is approaching more quickly than most people might have guessed. The so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0, is upon us, altering the way we live and work.