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Futures of Work: Reimagining Jobs, Education and Skills for the Digital Age

Goal: We seek a rethink of the Fourth Industrial Revolution through a systematic, multi-dimensional, multi-method comparative investigation of the impact of digital technologies on the future of work, education, skills, and labour markets in key innovation clusters and occupations across 8 countries.

Our focus is on digital futures - can digital technologies narrow inequalities or will the technologies reproduce or lead to even greater educational, economic and social inequalities? How can societies build a digital future that is anchored on shared prosperity?

A collaboration between the Institute for Adult Learning Singapore, Cardiff University, Oxford University and Bristol University, there are eighteen of us coming together to investigate the shape of the future of work and its implications on education and labour markets, led by Professor Phillip Brown from Cardiff University.

Date: 1 October 2019 - 30 September 2022

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We seek a rethink of the Fourth Industrial Revolution through a systematic, multi-dimensional, multi-method comparative investigation of the impact of digital technologies on the future of work, education, skills, and labour markets in key innovation clusters and occupations across 8 countries.
Our focus is on digital futures - can digital technologies narrow inequalities or will the technologies reproduce or lead to even greater educational, economic and social inequalities? How can societies build a digital future that is anchored on shared prosperity?
A collaboration between the Institute for Adult Learning Singapore, Cardiff University, Oxford University and Bristol University, there are eighteen of us coming together to investigate the shape of the future of work and its implications on education and labour markets, led by Professor Phillip Brown from Cardiff University.
 
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