Dr Phoebe V Moore is Professor of Management and the Futures of Work at the University of Essex Business School (Colchester, UK) and Senior Fellow at the International Labour Organization (UN, Geneva). Moore is a globally recognised expert in digitalisation and the workplace. Her most recent book The Quantified Self in Precarity: Work, Technology and What Counts (Routledge 2019) is a ground-breaking piece, analysing the use of wearable tracking technologies in workplaces and the implications for human resources and working conditions. Moore is a policy advisor and commissioned author who works with several institutions on the integration of big data, artificial intelligence systems, and old and new technologies into workplaces and spaces, and the risks and benefits these pose for working people. This includes, in the European Union, the European Safety and Health Agency and the European Parliament; and internationally, the International Labour Organization and the OECD. Moore is currently a policy advisor for the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development (CIPD) Responsible Investment in Technology Project Advisory Group.