London conference explores The Four Futures of Work
As technological change threatens to reorder labour markets around the world, four future-of-work scenarios for 2035 from the RSA's Matthew Taylor provided a curtain-raiser to the WORKTECH London conference 2019
What can Denmark’s capital of wellbeing bring to the future workplace?
Copenhagen tops the world city index for happiness. But as its inaugural WORKTECH conference suggested, can we have too much of a good thing? And where does the Scandinavian office go next?
Smart buildings hacked: six things we learnt about the future workplace
From new deals to dashboards, WORKTECH’s second specialist Smart Buildings conference looked at six drivers of change for the data-driven workplace of tomorrow
How machines are changing the data game
You don’t have to be a data scientist anymore to understand data. Claire Penny of IBM reveals how machine learning can unlock the power of data in an exclusive video interview
Behar’s blueprint: ten principles of design for the age of AI
Do we need new design principles for the era of artificial intelligence, robotics and smart environments? Leading industrial designer Yves Behar believes we do
Taiwan tackles the ageing workforce with show of innovations
As Asian economies wrestle with the need to keep ageing populations economically productive, a travelling exhibition is demonstrating how new design thinking can enhance the experience of working in later life
San Francisco on a mission to blend technology with human-centred design
The 2017 edition of WORKTECH West Coast tempered the pace of tech-driven disruption with a return to design values in creating great places and spaces for people
Robot reboot: why AI might create more jobs than it destroys
Despite the scare stories, is there space for AI to be welcomed into the workforce? A report from Accenture suggests developed economies will grow substantially by 2035 as a more diverse human workforce operates more flexibly