What’s Going on in the Workforce
Chase bank just hired some artificial intelligence to work in their marketing department.
IG Metall has partnered with the YouTubers Union to fight against the company’s arbitrary decisions toward content producers.
It can sometimes feel that our advocacy efforts will never have an impact. Welp, the folks who drive for Lyft (and organize Lyft drivers) have actually made the company change its behavior, in New York City.
Is Amazon planning a new grocery store chain(no, not the one they bought last year)? And Uber is thinking about getting into grocery delivery in the EU.
The flying cars we were promised by early sci-fi could be with us in ten years. Here’s the Japanese prototype.
“we’ve internalized the assumption that humans can’t be trusted” Why design from trust matters, and produces better outcomes. As important in public policy as it is in software.
A great new data visualization out from EPI shows the impact of raising the minimum wage to $15 by 2025 in (almost) every congressional district in the US.
The folks at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies have just put out a new report on racial differences in the future of work. Enterprising electoral campaigners may be interested in the last chart on this two-page fact sheet.
Are you an early-career journalist working in the South? The Institute for Southern Studies is seeking fellows for its new Julian Bond Fellowship.
Also looking for fellows (although not journalistic ones) is the ACLU of PA.