May 31 2018 – Erin Winick – Technology Review
We talk about the future of work at small firms with MIT professor Liz Reynolds
May 30 2018 – Peter S. Goodman – The New York Times
Long plagued by poverty and desperation, Stockton, Calif., is testing universal basic income as a means of improving the lives of its residents.
May 29 2018 – Paris Martineau – The Outline
A new study shows they’re better at it than humans.
May 29 2018 – Leslie Nemo – Futurism
Members of the city’s Culinary Workers Union voted last week to go on strike after June 1st, when their union contracts are set to expire at 34 different casino resorts. A big sticking point in the renegotiations? Contracts that protect them from being replaced by automation.
May 24 2018 – Erin Winick – Technology Review
Members of the Culinary Union, who work in many of the city’s biggest casinos, have voted to approve a strike unless a deal is reached soon.
May 23 2018 – Steve LeVine – Axios
There is barely a peep from Washington in response to a widely forecast social and economic tsunami resulting from automation, including the potential for decades of flat wages and joblessness
May 2018 – Jacques Bughin, Eric Hazan, Susan Lund, Peter Dahlström, Anna Wiesigner, and Amresh Subramaniam – McKinsey & Company
Demand for technological, social and emotional, and higher cognitive skills will rise by 2030. How will workers and organizations adapt?
May 8 2018 – Ainsley Harris – Fast Company
A new report paints a grim picture for financial services jobs.
Mar 20 2018 – S. McElwee, C. McAuliffe, & J. Green – The Nation
One notable 2020 contender is already doing it.
May 3 2018 – Feng Xiang – Washington Post
If AI can rationally allocate resources and fairly share the wealth it creates, a successful planned economy could be achievable.