In a lecture given at the University of Auckland, Professor Judith Bessant (RMIT University) speaks about her work looking at techno-human futures and how this could affect work cultures moving forward.

Judith Bessant is a Professor in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University. Her work is multi-disciplinary and she has carried out research in the areas of sociology, politics, policy studies, youth studies, ethics, criminology, education, and history. She is the author of The Great Transformation History for a Techno-Human Future.

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