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Old Skills New Skills

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Good Work Algorithmic Impact Assessment

Help for employers and engineers to anticipate risks and promote good work
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Adoption of AI in UK Firms

Based on a survey of 1000 UK firms, this study explores the extent of AI adoption and policy implications to sustain jobs and good work.
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Announcing our new Co-Chair and Trustees

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Reframing Automation

Are robots coming for your job? Dr Abby Gilbert examines the narrative on automation and sets out a far wider range of risks and impacts.
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Digital Information Principles at Work

IFOW has worked in partnership with the Shadow DCMS team to develop a set of ‘digital information principles at work'
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The Institute for the Future of Work is an independent research and development institute exploring how new technologies are transforming work and working lives.

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‘The outcome of this transformation is not given: it will depend on how we respond to the challenge.'

Sir Christopher Pissarides Nobel Laureate, Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Institute for the Future of Work

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Old Skills, New Skills - what is changing in the UK labour market?

How is demand for skills changing in the UK? Using data from 2016 and 2022, this report reveals which sectors are experiencing most flux.

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Old Skills, New Skills - what is changing in the UK labour market?

How is demand for skills changing in the UK? Using data from 2016 and 2022, this report reveals which sectors are experiencing most flux.

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We understand how people experience technological change at work and bring together government, industry and civil society to drive systemic change for a fairer future.

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