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David Autor: Will automation take away all our jobs?

Why hasn't human labor become redundant and our skills obsolete? In this talk about the future of work, economist David Autor addresses the question of why there are still so many jobs and comes up with a surprising, hopeful answer.
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Google isn’t trying to hide what it’s doing with virtual reality. The long-term goal, said Google VR boss Clay Bavor on the latest episode of Too Embarrassed to Ask, is rethinking “any experience with sight and sound.”
Imagine, for a moment, that you’re inside a virtual reality world. You look to your left and an open door appears, beckoning you to walk through it. You enter and suddenly find yourself in the middle of an advertisement—a branded world you can explore and manipulate. Forget banner ads and auto-playing videos. The advertisement of the future is immersive, almost game like. And it's nearly here.
Before this year, Netflix had never brought a project to Comic-Con's largest, most prestigious venue. And it had certainly never promoted a genre movie. But by the end of David Ayer’s presentation, which highlighted both Bright and the forthcoming manga adaptation Death Note, it had sent a clear signal to Comic-Con's favorite studios: there's a new kid in the Hall.
It’s testament to the nation’s fondness for Top of the Pops that not even Jimmy Savile and Dave Lee Travis have managed to entirely taint it. The nostalgists may be cheered by the news that the BBC is to air a new primetime music TV format this autumn. Does this fill a much-lamented hole in the schedules, or will it be an irrelevance in 2017?
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During the night of August 30th to 31st 1997, Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, died from the effects of a dramatic car accident in the Alma Tunnel, Paris.
Alex Riley, CNN's Fulfilment Editor, is a key member of the CNN Collection's team who do research and fulfil requests for footage from CNN's vast archive of 4.25 million video assets in its vaults.
The prominent aviation history and contemporary footage library IndexStock continues its partnership with the best portal for premium motion content: StockFootageOnline. Index has a very long history, with specially-shot footage from aviation going back decades. We are pleased to have them renew their position on this website.
The film-makers' collective has been acquired by RightSmith, and is now powering forward with a new and more professional business model. They are a valued part of the specialist footage portal StockFootageOnline. The place where researchers can quickly find premium content for every kind of project.
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Archive Zones Summer Edition is Out Now!
FOCAL International's prime footage magazine is online. The content is centred around the recent FOCAL Awards, where the best footage companies, productions and researchers were honoured.
BFI Launches Commission on Independent Film
The BFI is launching a Commission on UK Independent Film to look at the health of the UK independent film industry and make evidence based recommendations on what should be done to improve conditions for its long-term future, in particular for stronger growth at home and internationally.
FOCAL Lifetime Achievement award goes to Pioneering Footage Producer-Director
The award-winning producer-director, Serge Viallet is the recipient of the 2017 FOCAL International Lifetime Achievement Award. The prize will be presented at a gala ceremony on 27th May.
BVE Opens 28th Feb – 2nd March Excel London
The Broadcast Video Exhibition is on at Excel next week, bringing together a huge number of businesses in the video sector, including broadcast, production and post-production sectors, as well as streaming media, and all kinds of other related trades and creative pursuits.
February 2017 London Welcomes Streaming Forum and BVE
Next month at Excel in East London there is a valuable industry event for media professionals: Streaming Media Forum and BVE technology come together from 28th Feb to 1st March, to interact, network, attend seminars and see the latest products.
Archive Zones - 100th Edition is Here!
FOCAL International's flagship quarterly journal has been running for 25 years and the trade association for footage libraries and researchers is pleased to bring industry professionals this celebratory issue, which looks back on the life and times of the publication.

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