CEAS' Professor, Aldo Madariaga, was invited to be a part of the Network for the future of work, a network of academics, practitioners and policymakers whose goal is to study solutions and ideas on the influence of technology in the labor market and how it impacts its future development in the face of automation, robotization and the rise of digital platforms. This network seeks to disseminate and propose solutions for future generations in topics such as automation, robotization, labor requalification and skills formation, data use and algorhythms, digital platforms and new ways of labor precariousness. The invitation was extended by the congressman Giorgio Jackson and the Nodo XXI Foundation, and the meeting gathered more than 30 people from a diverse background of disciplines and interests.
Professor Madariaga is currently invstigating the economical and political reach of technical education and workplace training in Latin America.
For more information, watch the press release emmited by congressman Jackson and the Node XXI Foundation.