Our Digit Debates webinar series presents cutting-edge research from leading thinkers about how digital technologies are changing work.

The talks are an essential resource for anyone who wants to understand how new technologies will impact employers, employees, job seekers and governments.

The next series of Digit Debates talks will run in October 2022.

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15 June

Skills for the planetary labour market

Sanna Ojanperä

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8 June

Automating job interviews

Dimitra Petrakaki & Zahira Jaser

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25 May

The covid pandemic and the resurgence of the shorter working week

Brendan Burchell & David Frayne

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18 May

Authoritariansm, oligarchy, localism or democracy?

Zlatko Bodrožić

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4 May

The Metric Society: On the  quantification of the social

Steffen Mau

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30 March

How fixing the digital divide will help the country level up

Helen Milner and Al Mathers

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16 March 

Is AI taking our jobs?

Wil Hunt, Sudipa Sarkar, Chris Warhurst

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9 March

Threat or opportunity? (Social) media perspectives on AI & the future of work

Derya Guer-Seker

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23 February

Can HR adapt to artificial intelligence?

Andy Charlwood

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24 November 

Do workers need a legal right to disconnect?

Panel discussion

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17 November

Connectivity – OECD perspectives and policies to expand network coverage and quality

Verena Weber

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10 November 

Mind the gap: Digital platforms and the future of social and employment protections

Steve Rolf & Marc Meryon

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3 November

Diversity and Digital Exclusion: developing an inclusive agenda for digital futures at work

Nimmi Patel

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20 October 

The Gender Wage Gap in an Online Labour Market: The Cost of Interruptions

Abi Adams-Prassl

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