The business of artificial intelligence

In the sphere of business, AI is poised have a transformational impact, on the scale of earlier general-purpose technologies. Although it is already in use in thousands of companies around the world, most big opportunities have not yet been tapped

The Wired guide to artificial intelligence

Supersmart algorithms won't take all the jobs, but they are learning faster than ever, doing everything from medical diagnostics to serving up ads

Control, flexibility and balance: Where we’ll work in 5 years

Companies close down office building after office building – yet everyone is doing better than ever?

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Working hours: Past, present, and future

Work hours have been falling in developed countries – but where will they go in the future?

Forecasts of AI and future jobs in 2030: Muddling through likely, with two alternative scenarios

AI will likely accelerate automation and displace routine work, but the world will muddle through the threat of massive unemployment. Study results also suggest alternative scenarios of “growth” and “crisis”

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The third education revolution

Schools are moving toward a model of continuous, lifelong learning in order to meet the needs of today’s economy

Values, innovation and transparency key to future corporate sustainability leadership: Latest survey of experts

Over 1,000 experts in 79 countries were asked, unprompted, to name companies that they see as being leaders in integrating sustainability into their business strategy

Why the biggest challenge facing AI is an ethical one

Artificial intelligence is touching our lives in ever more ways - it's time for the ethicists to step in

Can technology remove bias from the workplace?

Diversity in the workplace can help foster original ideas. It can help businesses reach out to a wider range of customers. It can even bring about a boost in profit and revenue. Yet, while many businesses understand the value of diversity,...

The future of work requires inclusion

As organisations navigate technological and societal shifts, corporate boards will have a critical role to play. Diversity of thought—and of people—will be more vital than ever to ensure that boards are considering different perspectives and exploring challenges from every angle.