Future of Work Roundup - Week of March 20
Mar 20, 2023
Welcome to the Future of Work Roundup. Each week, we bring you five top stories—drawing from the latest academic research and industry trends—to give you an easily-digestible snapshot of how work is changing—and why it matters.
AI Meets Microsoft 365: Welcome Copilot
OpenAI unveils Chat GPT-4, set to fuel Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot. The article highlights Microsoft’s launch of Microsoft 365 Copilot, and Business Chat features, transforming the way we handle workplace productivity and collaboration. We think these AI-driven innovations will reshape the future of work and unlock immense potential for individuals and organizations alike.
The AI Revolution: How Governments Race to Catch Up with ChatGPT Advances
Bloomberg reports highlights the rapid advancements in ChatGPT technology outpacing regulatory efforts.
Meta's Year of Efficiency: Streamlining Operations and Reinventing Workplace Culture
In a recent update, Mark Zuckerberg shared Meta’s plans for the Year of Efficiency. Mark Zuckerberg outlines several key initiatives to streamline Meta’s operations, including restructuring plans, increasing developer productivity, optimizing distributed work, and removing unnecessary processes.
Farewell to Google Glass: The End of an AR Pioneer
A new article from TechRadar announces that Google has officially discontinued the once highly anticipated wearable tech device, Google Glass. Despite its early hype and ambitious features, the device faced concerns over its invasive nature and was eventually overshadowed by other wearables like the Apple Watch.
How TikTok Faces an Uncertain Future as US Senators Back Biden’s Power to Ban the App
In a recent report, Reuters revealed that six more US senators have backed bipartisan legislation to give President Joe Biden new powers to ban Chinese-owned video app TikTok on national security grounds.
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