The recent call for age restrictions on likes and streaks on Facebook and Snapchat is long overdue, but […]
When the threat of automation is raised, politicians tend to respond with banal platitudes about retraining workers. “We […]
For years, I’ve been reading and writing about the looming threat of automation, A.I. and new technologies, including […]
Imagine that you’re a doctor and that your patient has just died on the operating table. Now, you have the difficult task of telling the family the bad news. You’re an expert in medicine but you have no knowledge of…
There is a line in Neil Postman’s Amusing Ourselves to Death that has been haunting me for months […]
Law Schools are Failing Their Students
This is a brief excerpt from my book Legal Education, Privatization and the Market, about the role universities play in guiding young law students away from charity and towards private practice.
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Around 40% of all law jobs are at risk of automation, according to a 2016 Deloitte report. Traditional […]
* This is an article written by Chloe Byrne, featuring quotations from myself and others on casual work […]
Recently, the South Korean government announced that they will be automatically shutting down government computers to stop overtime […]