Jan 24 2019 – Tom Simonite – Wired
There’s no doubt technology is shaking up the American workplace. But as machines and software get ever smarter, how many more workers will they displace, and which ones?
Jan 23 2019 – Erin Winick – MIT Technology Review
A new report shows small US cities and rural communities—as well as young people—are most likely to bear the brunt of automation.
Mar 14 2018 – Steve LeVine – Axios
Harvard economist Ed Glaeser says something dark is going on within a chunk of U.S. geography stretching north from Louisiana to Michigan. The “Eastern Heartland,” as he calls it, is an “epicenter of troubled America, an epicenter of hopelessness.”
Jan 11 2018 – Thomas B. Edsall – New York Times
This article sheds some light on which state’s contributed to President Trump’s Electoral College victory in 2016 and why.
Oct 23 2017 – Elizabeth Woyke – MIT Technology Review
A New MIT study find that larger cities are more resilient to technological unemployment.