“Are we going to enter an era of technological unemployment?” This is one of the questions asked by host Penelope McQuade during an interview with Camille Grange, associate professor in the Department of Information Technologies at HEC Montréal. Also a member of the team of the CPA International Research Chair in Management Control, she was invited on ICI Première to talk about the major questions raised in the thematic folder that she co-piloted on digital revolution and professions, published this spring in the journal Gestion. This folder, produced in collaboration with the Chair as well as its holder Samuel Sponem, explores the impacts of the digital revolution, more specifically the technological upheavals that knowledge workers must face, particularly in the field of accounting, health and justice.
To listen to the interview (in French):
L’impact de la révolution numérique sur le travail : Entrevue avec Camille Grange