Two days full of discussion, interaction, cooperation. Involving all stakeholders is key in the debate around the future of work. Huge thanks and congrats the team for organizing Reshaping Work 2018: your unique conference helps to achieve just that! pic.twitter.com/ni8Hb8OK1d
When came across the event I could connect to it immediately. I knew, as a gig worker and an artist, that I wanted to be a part of the discussion, but nothing could have prepared me for how damn good the experience was.
We cannot understand the gig economy until we grapple with its competing narratives: Reshaping Work provided a unique opportunity to hear from and discuss with representatives of gig economy workers, academics, and platform operators. A great event!
Thanks for great comments and discussion! Met so many people with top notch research #AIatWork
— Lara Anne Hale (@Laranesss) March 6, 2020
Many thanks to @reshaping_work
for this invaluable opportunity of interacting with different stakeholders on the platform economy! Special thank to
for her vision and for putting all this in motion
— Carmelo Cennamo (@CarmeloCennamo)
October 29, 2019
Real fun, and a réal debate at that 🙂
— Jochem de Groot (@jochemdg) March 6, 2020
That was a really fun conversation about AI, the future of work and the trade-offs of regulation. Thanks for having me @karanovic_j !!
— Rob Seamans (@robseamans) March 6, 2020
Fantastic work done by @karanovic_j Please follow her!! its amazing what she can deliver again and again: @reshaping_work the only international conference that successfully brings together science policy business around urgent topics related to work and technology @KINresearch https://t.co/n9NmEXzZDf
— marleen huysman (@marleenhuysman) October 25, 2019