Future of work

Artificial Intelligence, robotics and Big Tech are disrupting jobs and reshaping the work landscape. How will we work with AI, what are the skills of the future and how can society ensure work is sustainable and good for the planet?

Alison Jones and Te Kawehau Hoskins on the Treaty and universities.

Alison Jones and Te Kawehau Hoskins on the value of an authentic and evolving Treaty partnership for universities.

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Craig Eliffe, Auckland Law School

The global digital economy is worth trillions of dollars but on average digital companies pay only 9.5 percent tax.

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Robert MacCulloch, Business School.

New Zealand has its own world expert on the economics of happiness.

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Stories about University researchers responding to Aotearoa New Zealand and the world's big issues.

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