Future of Work 2016 Special Report cover
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Future of Work

Dec, 2016

The artificial intelligence revolution is well underway and soon it will not just be the simplest tasks being done routinely by machines, but some carried out by bankers, lawyers and doctors as pattern-learning programs are developed to extract meaning, take decisions and compose sentences. This Future of Work Special Report, published in The Times, examines the rise of machines in the workplace, how virtual personal assistants will change everyday lives and warns that cyber gangs could take control of the robots. The report also reveals how real-time tech translators promise to knock down language barriers


This Infographic, published in The Future Workplace Special Report, reveals that women account for almost half the UK workforce and yet their representation on executive boards remains poor. While some progress has been made over recent years – FTSE 100 boards met a voluntary target of 25 per cent female representation in 2015 following the Davies Review – there’s still a long way to go.