Smaller, incremental changes aren’t understood in terms of potential long-term impact that they collectively represent, yet they can represent forward momentum.
At Amazon, machines should be taking the most mundane and physically strenuous tasks, in reality, they're also creating new forms of stress and strain.
Every major tech company now makes the necessary noise about "AI ethics" based on the mainstream idea that AI can replicate or amplify human prejudice.
For the first time, U.S. manufacturing workers with college degrees will soon outnumber those without, part of a shift to automation to increase factory output.
Examining automation, a sleeper issue of the 2020 presidential campaign, and how it shapes the U.S. economy, jobs, and friction between the haves and have-nots.
Our geographic opportunity gap is stark; growing wider by the day, a result of how we have chosen, commercially, socially, geographically, to develop technology.
Women's key pathway to middle class is vanishing as wave of jobs losses hit administrative assistants, clerks, bookkeepers, executive assistants and secretaries.
An analysis of census and American Community Survey data; showing that the biggest metropolitan areas are now the must unequal after 4 decades of inequality.
Economists show larger firms are more productive than smaller ones, and industries with bigger gains in labor productivity had larger increases in concentration.
Albert Fox Cahn participated in NYC’s process to understand how automated decision systems are impacting its citizens, but the initiative went “horribly wrong.”