How Stanford University is Bringing the Future of Work into Sharper Focus

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There has been so much discussion for so long about the so-called “future of work” that many of us — after several years — have had to take a deep breath and ask ourselves, “Is it here yet?” But while “the future of work” has become largely a platitude, some organizations (both private companies and public entities) and researchers (both industry analysts and academics) have devoted time and resources to tackle the problem head-on through real-world research and pilot projects (or in the case of crowdsourcing, serious adoption). Stanford University’s Human-Computer Interaction Group is one such example.

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