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.
It was an enormous privilege to work with David Hollow, Meghan Brugha and Mark Weber last year on a report for Save the Children International
n case you missed it, EuroNews’ Denis Loctier @Loctier placed the spotlight on debate on whether machines are going to take over our jobs.
Last week, at the inaugural conference of AI on a Social Mission, organized by Alliance Impact Intelligence Artificielle (AIIA), in Montreal, Canada,
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 an era marked by rapid advances in automation and artificial intelligence, new research assesses the jobs lost and jobs gained under different scenarios
The Future of Work is here. Its social impacts are captured in the stories we share and it’s easier now more than ever to share those stories.