Emma Coalition co-founders Michael Lotito and Shannon Meade sit down with former Colorado Governor and 2020 presidential candidate John Hickenlooper to discuss the future of work with automation and AI in the workplace.
Emma Coalition co-founders Shannon Meade and Michael Lotito, along with Littler’s Matt Scherer, Erin Webber, and Paul Weiner, discuss the coming TIDE (technology-induced displacement of employees) and what it means for the future of work. Lew McMurran of the Washington State Future of Work Task Force also discusses how his state is preparing for the…
Michael Lotito and Shannon Meade of the Emma Coalition sit down with Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) to discuss the future of work and what needs to be done to prepare the American workforce for the incoming TIDE.
Emma Coalition founders Michael Lotito and Shannon Meade sit down with Representatives Derek Kilmer (D-WA) and Haley Stevens (D-MI) to discuss the future of work and the policies needed to help the American workforce prepare for AI and automation.
Natalie Pierce, the co-chair of Littler’s Robotics, AI and Automation Practice Group, and Jeff Burnstein, the President of the Association for Advancing Automation, discuss automation and robotics in the workplace, and their effects on morale. As Natalie and Jeff review how growing businesses institute new technologies, they address how employers can preserve employee morale by…
Automation and a Changing Economy is divided into two sections. Part II, Policies for Shared Prosperity, outlines a program to address automation’s challenges and opportunities. Source: The Aspen Institute
Automation and a Changing Economy is divided into two sections. Part I, The Case for Action, explores how automation impacts the economic security and opportunity of the American worker. Source: The Aspen Institute
Workforce Automation: Better Data Needed to Assess and Plan for Effects of Advanced Technologies on Jobs
Robots, artificial intelligence, and other advanced technologies are changing the workplace. We visited companies to observe the effects on workers. Effects varied, with some companies reducing their workforces, many moving workers to different roles, and some hiring workers due to increased production or new skill needs. Source: US Government Accountability Office
Every HR professional has heard of the danger of automation by now. Many are already loading various automated systems. Automation raises questions. What role will automation play in all of our futures? Will automation lead to me losing my job? Will humans even be involved in HR in a decade? Today we are joined by…
Intended to bring often-inscrutable trends down to earth, the following report develops both backward and forward-looking analyses of the impacts of automation over the years 1980 to 2016 and 2016 to 2030 to assess past and upcoming trends as they affect both people and communities in the United States. Source: Brookings Institution