In times of great uncertainty, Max Neufeind, Jacqueline O’Reilly, and Florian Ranft’s new volume Work in the Digital Age: Challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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.
The future of work has become one huge, nerve-wracking question mark. Technology was once believed to be our deliverance.
The introduction of new technologies has disrupted and transformed job markets for centuries, most notably during the Industrial Revolution.
In The zombie robot argument lurches on, EPI President Lawrence Mishel and Research Director Josh Bivens challenge the popular media narrative
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a landmark opportunity for countries to close the digital gender divide.
The last few months have been very exciting at the ITCILO. We have been very busy working on a number of projects, courses, and MOOCs.
As part of IDS Digital and Technology Cluster’s ongoing research into the impact of automation on the future of work we’re keen to understand how a range of stakeholders,
New ILO-Eurofound report shows that the use of modern communication technologies facilitates a better overall work-life balance but, at the same time, also blurs the boundaries between work and personal life