A new report from Bank of America/Merrill Lynch caused a series of sensational "robots are taking our jobs" headlines. But a deeper dive reveals a balanced debate. Where do we go from here?
The finance function will soon bend to the robot revolution, argues the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants. Chris Middleton isn't sure this is a good thing.
HfS is on a tear with its ongoing discussions around the concept of...As a service (Aas) and its attendant sibling Robotistan. But there's a huge delta between what leaders want and what they are getting. Why?
The robots aren't 'coming', they're here. The bad news is they're us – unless we urgently write new rules that benefit all of human society. Chris Middleton presents the first of a two-part personal report on the ill-considered rise of automation and machine-based decision-making.
Just about every day, I tag a post in my reader about the impact of robots and automation on the workforce. While these pieces differ in their optimism, most have constructive suggestions for how white collar workers should approach their careers
Organizations need joined-up Total Talent Management that covers the entire talent spectrum - temps, permanents and robots.
First it was driverless cars, now it is driverless trucks. Massive disruption is not far away. How will the US cope?
David Coplin asks us to stand on the shoulders of digital giants and change the way that we do things with technologies. He doesn't think we can be replaced just yet.
From the inspirational to the far-fetched to the downright scary, robots are infiltrating the modern workforce. Here's your good robot/bad robot primer.