Using machine learning and optimisation to find refugees’ new homes can significantly improve their chances of finding work within three months, according to new research.
On 8 November 2018 from 14:00 to 16:00 CET, Eurofound will host a webinar: Making the platform economy work well for workers.
The future of our economies, societies, and jobs depend on a stable and healthy environment. Some 1.2 billion jobs, or 40 percent of total world employment mainly in the Global South
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.
Technological innovation’s unprecedented impacts will fundamentally change the working lives of people around the world.
I contemplate the future of work on a daily basis in both my professional and personal life. As a father of four children from four to 14 years old, and as a citizen of the world
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
Gig economy platforms seem to provide extreme temporal flexibility to workers, giving them full control over how to spend each hour and minute of the day.