How, why, and where people work is changing.
For the first time in history, more than half of humanity lives in cities. Mobile technology and globalized markets have decentralized power and enabled the rise of a more competitive economy powered by innovative work spaces and strategies, and increasingly machines.
Who will benefit from the evolution of work and who gets left behind? At the Future of Work Forum, presented by The Atlantic, underwritten by WeWork, we will convene entrepreneurs, scholars, thinkers and activists to debate the big questions facing us all.
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