Sector surveillance study reveals workers less likely to think creatively

22/01/2023 | The Guardian

A new book by Karen Levy, associate professor of information science at Cornell University, examines the effect digital surveillance has on lorry drivers and looks at what we can learn from their experiences. In this article, The Observer interviews Karen asking questions about her study and the broader implications of working from home, driving, along with the impact of algorithms being used to make recommendations or decisions about everything from recruitment to policing. 

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