We are in the midst of a massive upheaval in the job market in the UK. The rapidly evolving technological landscape is pushing boundaries across all industries. These technologies are enhancing what we do and how we do it, enabling us to be more agile, more responsive and more ambitious.
PageGroup, in partnership with trends forecasters Foresight Factory, undertook research to examine the emerging trends and technologies that will shape tomorrow’s workplace. In this series of whitepapers we have identified six key technology trends and look into how artificial intelligence, and automation are impacting the workplace, as well as examining where businesses are already seeing value and what you should expect in the future.
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Augmented reality (AR) devices, whether visual, aural or multi-sensory, offer us a new kind of customisable reality.
A future awaits in which smart implants, DNA-derived treatments, high performance prosthetics and memory-enhancing components collectively ensure that every human will feel the bio-upgrade itch.
It has now been several years since the mysterious Satoshi Nakatomo published whitepapers outlining a peer-to-peer (P2P) electronic cash system which gave birth to Bitcoin, Ethereum and other so-called cryptocurrencies. Though early adopters and online merchants are making good use of cryptocurrencies’ fast, international transactions, it is the core technology which is now holding the greatest promise.
The consumer increasingly understands both how to effortlessly and regularly re-skill, and how to harness and advertise their new knowledge to strengthen his or her position in any commercial setting.
Anticipating the disruption caused to modern career markets by robotisation, smart systems and the rise of the people-free delivery service – while considering the consequences for income, leisure and work-life balance.
Empathy as a consumer expectation and as a brand attribute is a skill to be perfected. However this trait is no longer the preserve of humans alone.