Last week, we discussed the future of work from the perspective of employees as automation, the rise of the gig economy, and changing demographics have compelled employees to adapt to a new workplace norm. This week, we will explore how these changes also affect employers and governments with equally meaningful implications.
Each step forward in technological innovation also can have a negative associated impact. And who’s really watching? The Europeans.
With the rise of the gig economy and continued automation, the "future" of work is here. But how many of us are prepared for the evolving workplace?
Though it can be tempting to envision future cities with clean streets, a perfect grid system of transport and automated shopping, it’s more likely that we will see something more like Wakanda in the future: a bustling and messy metropolis with history, social spaces and tech enabled interactions.
In the past 50 years, we have undoubtedly experienced a technological revolution. Why has it has taken so long for technology to transform how healthcare is delivered?
The recent tax cut, passed by Republicans in Congress and signed by President Trump, was a disappointment for many of us hoping for sweeping changes to the tax code. Years of promises to lower rates, broaden the base, and simplify the code so that we could “fill out our taxes on a postcard” came to little.
What is truly important, however, is to understand why cryptocurrency is an asset class and why individuals would ever give it market value.
I grew up in a household where politicians weren’t exactly revered. By the time I was old enough to pay attention, acceptable public discourse was in a downward spiral that has continued, mostly unabated, to this day.