AI and robots seem to be everywhere, handling more and more work, freeing humans up — to do what?
The biggest innovation in the world of work in the last decade has been the rise of online platforms which connect workers and customers.
The future of work has become one huge, nerve-wracking question mark. Technology was once believed to be our deliverance.
As advances in AI and robotics threaten to put millions of people out of jobs, there is profound concern about the future of work
The ILO’s Future of Work Centenary Initiative invites all member countries to engage in the Future of Work centenary conversations.
Below is the keynote speech by Mr Vic van Vuuren, Director of Enterprises Department at the ILO at this year’s Unicoop Florence Annual Convention
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We invite you to join online to UK’s Overseas Development Institute’s #GlobalChallenges high-level panel conversation on the Future of Work
With the start of 2018, I would like to take this opportunity to reflect back on the highlights of 2017.
In the scramble to harness new technologies to propel innovation around the world, artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning