Future of Work
Long-distance collaboration makes scientific breakthroughs more likely, suggests Oxford University research
In an analysis of data for over ten million research teams, across eleven academic fields from 1961 to 2020, a new working paper from the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Work has determined that over the past decade remote collaboration between academic teams has led to more scientific breakthroughs.
Cities could be MORE important post-pandemic, not less
Paradoxically, more in-person work environments and the concentration of jobs in cities could be a medium- to long-term impact of the pandemic’s shift to remote working, suggests Citi GPS Technology at Work v6.0: The Coming of the Post-Production Society.
New report shows that COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to remote working
The fifth edition in the Citi GPS Technology at Work series, A New World of Remote Work, looks at how COVID 19 fast-forwarded existing trends and quantifies the possible impact of these trends on the future of work.
German Federal Minister of Finance explores job automation and innovation with Future of Work programme
The robot revolution is here. Prepare for workers to revolt
In June, thousands of dockworkers marched at the Port of Los Angeles against the coming introduction of robotic machines threatening their jobs. And they are not alone in fearing automation.
Researchers to tackle ‘Technequality’ challenges as part of Horizon 2020 consortium
Are drivers Uber-happy? Study investigates wellbeing in the 'gig economy'
Automation research recognised in Oxford innovation awards
Automation and the future of work – understanding the numbers
New study forecasts only one in five workers in declining occupations; lays out plan for re-skilling workers
New report warns 80% of retail jobs at risk from automation
Automation in the workplace influenced the election of Donald Trump, says new Oxford Martin School research
Technology will radically change the future of employment - it's time for a new dialogue on workers' rights
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