Distinguished speakers shared their findings from a wide range of difference scientific approaches to the topic of From Exceptions to Routines – New Realities of How We Live, Move & Work.
More than 4,000 future-watchers from over 50 countries took part in the live event, enjoying interesting discussions and presentations on:
- The Nature of Work After the Covid-Crisis: Too Few Low-Wage Jobs
- What to Expect When You're Expecting Robots
- Expert Panel Talk: Humans vs. Machines | The second Machine Age and the Next Big Thing?
- Applying New Education Technologies to Meet Workforce Education Needs
- The Global Futures of Creative Work and Cities
- Cognitive Sciences as a New People Science for the Future of Work
- Constructive Communication in the Age of Fragmentation
The event was run as part of the go-international internationalisation campaign, a joint initiative organised by Austria’s Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs and the Austrian Economic Chamber.
The MIT Conference is organised biennially by the Austrian Economic Chamber and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).