The future of work may be no future at all

By: Judith Carr
Published: Monday, March 9, 2015 - 07:58 GMT

The inevitable result of the push toward digital and ever more sophisticated programmes and systems, will be the development of artificial intelligence and robotics.

This coming weekend I will be going to FutureFest 2015.  Why am I excited about this and why am I prepared to spend a valuable weekend listening, looking at, and talking about 'the future', when many of my friends and colleagues look at my interest in these matters as just whimsy?

I would not call myself a "Whovian", but I did grow up…

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