How Indonesia can improve its policy on the future on work
As artificial intelligence increasingly intersects with our work and personal lives, we will need to adapt to survive in this new reality.
Choosing a career that is unlikely to become automated or done by artificial intelligence, and learning soft skills will give graduates better career prospects in the long run.
Making sport accessible to ordinary people can be achieved if communities take control of their organisations.
There is a plethora of highly troubling issues facing the global economy that are caused, in part, by globalisation.
Learning to code is often presented as a solution to job market problems of the 21st century, but are students really learning the competencies they will need?
South Africa's copyright law must not continue ignoring the principles of fair use.
A guide to the battle for the future of farming.
More innovative teaching and learning is needed to disrupt the current techno talk about the fourth industrial revolution.
We can't simply try to work out what's going to happen during the fourth industrial revolution.
The way humanities disciplines are taught at many universities does not lend itself to ready engagement with a changed and changing world.
Technology is already changing how we live our lives and go about our days. Are we ready with collaborative planning processes so we are not taken by surprise by more profound change?
Talk of the post-industrial society is mostly hype without evidence.
Developing country governments need to give attention to the risks associated with new technologies and develop context-specific responses.
Academics deliver their verdict on Philip Hammond.
If President Trump really wants to restore America's manufacturing might he should invest heavily in AI, the internet of things and other emerging technologies that are changing the world.
The Industrial Revolution led to centuries of social and economic upheaval. Are economists telling us not to worry about workplace automation because things will be better in a couple hundred years?
Smart machines are about to usher in the age of Industry 4.0.
It’s time to update the old agenda of the 19th century: less working time and more money for all, in the form of shorter work days and a universal basic income.
New technologies are developing with exponential velocity, breadth and depth. Their systemic impact is likely to be profound.