How are new digital technologies changing the relationship between technology and work in Brazil?
Manufacturing is perhaps the earliest adopter of automation, beginning with industrial robotics in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Adoption of new technologies will change future workplace organization, skill demands, and the employment options available to large segments of the working population.
This research looks through an industry lens—particularly in the fields of advanced manufacturing and healthcare—at trends in technology adoption, changes in skills requirements, and broader changes to work and jobs.
Research on mobility looks at how industries and the workforce are changed by new technologies and business models.