The National Living Wage is unlikely to lead to a surge in automation - and that's a bad thing.
Anthony Painter takes an overview of the year, its challenges and tensions, and what our mission for 2018 should be.
Algorithms in the workplace are increasingly viewed with fear and suspicion. But is this a fair portrayal?
The government’s new Review on AI is a welcome reprieve from the excessive fear that hangs over automation. The UK could be a world leader in this technology, if only we let ourselves.
Universal Credit will be a disaster for the self-employed. So why are so few people sounding the alarm?
Three months on from the launch of the Government review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy, Matthew Taylor reflects on its impact and next steps.
Physical retail is in decline. E-commerce is on the rise. What does this shift from shops to servers mean for the health of our economy and the vibrancy of high streets across the country?
The strident voice of today's tech evangelists bears a striking similarity to that of the champions of globalisation before 2008. There are important lessons to be learnt.
AI and robotics are challenging human supremacy in a growing number of tasks. Will these technologies lead to the decimation of jobs? Or could they take us to a better world of work?
Warnings about autonomous weapons must be heeded. But we cannot hope to tackle society's biggest ills without embracing the new machine age.