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The disconnect between tech and the real world must be fixed to solve society’s problems
Range of machines has grown as they learn how to carry out tasks from human masters
There are risks to workers from smarter computers, but human skills still have value
Algorithms are enabling pigeonholed workers to fly free
Our concern is that a few powerful investors and corporations could dictate life on earth
End to 1980s-style stock-takes in stuffy rooms as Big Four reshape the future of work
Volkswagen, Hersheys and Capital One are among the companies hiring futurists
Automated routine work is everywhere — even coaching
Service sector jobs that replaced those in manufacturing are in turn at risk from AI
They can take the strain in dangerous or tedious work, but what do they mean for future employment?
Struggle to pack bento box shows problems facing Japan’s automation leaders
Advances in automation could derail hopes of creating millions of low-paid jobs in sectors such as textiles
Humans hire people in their own image, but can machines do any better?
Investors are hiring managers to wage damaging battles with each other
UBS among the banks looking to AI to boost traders’ performance
Taina uses machine learning to help companies comply with tax rules
Are politicians and legislators prepared for the digital revolution?
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My AI rival may be cheap and fast but she is dreary
In ageing nations, the fastest growing occupations are caring for others
AI could exceed our capabilities but its personhood is illusory
There will be work for us to do taking care of the digital environment
Our anxiety about technological innovation has changed little in the past 120 years