Computers, smart algorithms and robots are taking over our jobs. Meanwhile, we can’t stop spending our free time swiping, binging and liking. Our lives are being directed and determined by data and technology. What is this doing to our economy? And are we letting our identity be dominated too much by work and the online versions of ourselves?
During this Brainwash Weekend on the 25th of April, we examined – joined by philosophers, economists and artists – the place that work and technology occupies in our lives, and explore what the future of work might look like. Those who bought a ticket will be able to rewatch the recordings of the entire program through this link until two weeks after the event.