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The future of work in America: people and places, today and tomorrow

This report by McKinsey highlights that the day-to-day nature of work could change for nearly everyone as intelligent machines become fixtures in the American workplace.

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Facing the future

This report by the Northeastern University and Gallup highlights that U.S., U.K. and Canadian citizens call for a unified skills strategy for the AI age, based on their second annual survey on artificial intelligence.

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People and machines: from hype to reality

This report by the CIPD demonstrates the importance of taking an objective view of the impacts of AI and automation in UK workplaces.

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Leading the social enterprise: reinvent with a human focus

This report from Deloitte researches the impact the combination of economic, social, political issues and the constant acceleration of artificial intelligence challenging business strategies to reinvent their ability to learn.

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The Four Futures of Work: coping with uncertainty in an age of radical technologies

This report by RSA highlights the four futures of work: the Big Tech Economy, the Precision Economy, the Exodus Economy and the Empathy Economy.

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The future of jobs, work and working

This report for the Corporate Research Forum summarises the main demographic, economic and technology trends shaping the future of work in 2018.

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The future of jobs 2018

This report from the World Economic Forum takes a look at technological change and provides tools which can support businesses, workers and government confront the critical questions arising as a result of the changing world of work.

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Job creation and local economic development 2018

This report from OECD examines the impact of technological progress on regional and local labour markets.

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Skill shift: automation and the future of the workforce

This report from McKinsey looks the key skills of today and the future and examines the implications of shifting skill requirements on organisations and workers.

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Managing automation: employment, inequality and ethics in the digital age

This discussion paper from IPPR argues that public policy should seek to accelerate automation to reap the productivity benefits, while building new institutions to ensure the dividends of technological change are broadly shared. 

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