THE FUTURE OF Work

THE FUTURE OF Work

Maryland Hopes New Automated System Streamlines Workers’ Comp

The Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission has undertaken the development of a modern Web-based and intelligent system to be used for filing and managing compensation claims from workers.

By Skip Descant, Government Technology  |  January 9, 2020
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Beginning with Blueberries: What Are the Ethical Bounds of Tech?

As technology becomes more competent, ensuring that humanity isn’t replaced or lost is an important part of moving forward.

By Bill Schackner, Pittsburg Post-Gazette  |  January 7, 2020
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Using Robots as Scapegoats Makes a Friendlier Workplace

Studies found that workers were less discriminatory against their fellow human coworkers once robots were introduced. Differences between beliefs or political views suddenly paled in comparison to human and non-human.

By Joshua Conrad Jackson, Kurt Gray and Noah Castelo, Los Angeles Times  |  January 4, 2020
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AI Hiring Tech Being Used Despite Lack of Substantive Support

The algorithm examines facial expressions, word choice and tone to establish “willingness to learn” and “personal stability.” But AI researchers say “regulators should ban the use of affect recognition” due to potential discrimination.

By Douglas Perry, The Oregonian  |  December 17, 2019
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Raleigh Stays in Second Place in the U.S. for Tech Jobs

Raleigh finished just behind Austin, Texas, as the best area in the country for IT jobs by evaluating cost of living, number of opportunities, and projected job growth. The tech hub San Francisco ranked fifth

By Zachery Eanes, The Herald-Sun  |  December 7, 2019
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