Futurist WorkoScope

Workoscope is a spyglass series of stories through which you discover the future of jobs (or jobless) for all the Creatives, Artsy, Cultural, you-name-it.
So, WTF? What’s the Future of Work?
Don’t take it seriously! Actually, take is serious! or Take the bad with the good
Discover alongside us, your inner Futurist.

The Future of Work(ers protest)

1 May. May Day. Internationally Workers’ Day.A legendary day that represented the history of workers’ struggle for humane working conditions and equality. Parades. Banners. Music. All these were part of the May Day celebration. Nowadays is celebrated in 90 countries, but somehow the political-activist attitude vanished.But, well, it is still a free day :DObviously work… Continue reading The Future of Work(ers protest)

Comedy Bits Beat AI

The future is… The future is… We don’t know what will bring, but a lot of talks are around AI, and the fact that it will take our jobs. But, when the history of AI will be written, it will start with… And before AI, it was Covid19, that took our jobs. And when we… Continue reading Comedy Bits Beat AI

Future of Work Trends in Arts

Depending on the region & definition, the creative sectors employ from1% to 15% of the workforce – in South Africa was 6.7% in 2015,10% in Brazil or US,and 5% in EU. (OECD).Obviously, these percentages were highly affected by Covid, with some industries suffering losses over 80% (theater and performative arts or music), with 31% losses… Continue reading Future of Work Trends in Arts

Creative Space Disruption?

Perseverance successfully landed on Mars! In great shape, Perseverance is up to work to discover the undiscovered land.NASA engineers celebrate the achievements of Science, Businesses are already thinking of Space-Business!The big question is the Arty Sector: if and when will be invited to join the Party? And if not invited, how can we crash the… Continue reading Creative Space Disruption?

Dancing With Techies

How can you shift from classical ballet into the tech field? It seems almost like ‘mission impossible’, right? But not for Caitlin Hafer, the co-founder of What the Hack. And discussing with her, we found out that ballet and tech have many facets in common. Caitlin started to do work in choreography when she was… Continue reading Dancing With Techies