Future of Work

Exploring emerging technologies and trends to advance human capabilities in the workplace.

Research Projects

Theory of Change Through Data
Principal Investigator(s): Wayne G. Lutters
Funder: New York University Other
Research Areas: Future of Work > Human-Computer Interaction > Library and Information Science
The Democratizing Data project supports federal agencies in understanding how their data assets are being used. Novel machine learning algorithms interrogate over 90 million publications to identify data usage, which is presented via a search and discovery platform with three interaction styles: interactive dashboards, Jupyter Notebooks, or direct API.


Recent News


(Video) OTTRS Speaker Series: Virtual Team Creativity and Innovation

Distinguished professor from University of Nebraska at Omaha gives a presentation about the psychological impacts of virtual work
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Dr. Samantha Dubrow

(Video) OTTRS Speaker Series: Human-Machine Teaming: What Skills Do the Humans Need?

The presentation highlights the human traits and abilities that maximize human-machine teaming effectiveness.
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Daniel Greene: Rethinking How Schools, Libraries, and Community Orgs Tackle Poverty

Can a community barbeque be more beneficial to citizens than learning computing skills? Insights from INFO Assistant Professor Daniel G …