Are we learning to love the robot? A new study reveals that a previously tech-averse humans are warming to a more tech-savvy world
Previously it was believed that a collective sector approach for higher wages and better working conditions was associated with inferior performance. However, research shows this is not true.
Qualities such as empathy, the ability to see the world from another’s vantage point, or imagine oneself in another’s shoes may sound, to ambitious minds, a little flimsy as a skillset, but mastering these abilities can often mean the difference between career progression and stagnation.
New research shows that using 3D printing technology in healthcare can provide customised tools for surgeons, and improve patient treatment and recovery. But the costs are steep. How can healthcare providers decide whether to invest?
New research shows that customers prefer to be served by robots which are as human-like as possible because, in interactions with such machines, people are able to apply familiar social rules and expectations.
From, Psychotic, Incompetent or Greedy, to Good or even Heroic, “Fiction and the Identity of the Boss” profiles 100 bosses from film and TV, and categorises them under one of 10 different management types to understand how managers construct their identities.