For Silq, its new task chair, Steelcase replaces complex mechanisms with a single responsive substance.
Call it what you want—Robogeddon? the Robopocalypse?—it’s now accepted that automation will have a large impact on the job market. The question is, then, how do you survive the coming robot invasion? Here are two important ideas that can help inoculate your career against automation.
It’s been a few years since software began giving managers the ability to monitor what their employees were doing on their computers. But as of late, a new kind of sensor is finding its way into mainstream acceptance: the ones that measure employees’ actions away from their desks.
With his sculptural objects – from intricate lamps to massive concrete wall installations – the designer explores the cutting edge of parametric design and digital manufacturing.