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”Work from home” is really “live at work.”

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When it comes to tech in the workplace, we pay too much attention to what the tech does, at the expense of a critical analysis of who the tech does it to, and who the tech does it for.

Take warehouse automation: stuff needs to get from A to B, and moving stuff is hard, dangerous…




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