Futures are always a reaction to the present; tomorrow is always a judgment on today. By training a microscope on how we work now, we can try to figure out how we're going to work when this day is done.
Chronicling the Ever-Morphing Nature of Work
Though the future of work will always be in the future, the future of your work has never been closer. The rise of robots, machine intelligence, distributed ledgers, quantum physics, "gig" labor, the unexaggerated death of privacy, a world eaten alive by software — all these trends point to a new world that's shaping up quite differently from anything we've ever seen, or worked in, before.
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