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Pulkka, V. - V. (2019). “This time may be a little different” – exploring the Finnish view on the future of work. International Journal Of Sociology And Social Policy, 39(1/2), 22 - 37.
Pugh, A. J. (2019). Precarious lives: Job insecurity and well-being in rich democracies. Social Forces, 97(4), e1 - e3.
Rotila, V. (2018). The predictions on the future of labour are not grounded; some arguments for a bayesian approach. Postmodern Openings, 9(3), 36 - 63.
Pratt, G. A. (2015). Is a Cambrian Explosion Coming for Robotics?. Journal Of Economic Perspectives, 29(3), 51 - 60.
Powles, J., & Hodson, H.. (2017). Google DeepMind and healthcare in an age of algorithms. Health And Technology, 7(4), 351 - 367.
Poon, S. S., Thomas, R. C., Aragon, C., & Lee, B.. (2008). Context-linked virtual assistants for distributed teams: an astrophysics case study. In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (361–370).
Plastino, E., & Purdy, M.. (2018). Game changing value from Artificial Intelligence: eight strategies. Strategy & Leadership, 46(1), 16 - 22.
Phan, P., Wright, M., & Lee, S. - H.. (2017). Of robots, Artificial Intelligence, and work. Academy Of Management Perspectives, 31(4), 253 - 255.
Pettersen, L. (2019). Why artificial intelligence will not outsmart complex knowledge work. Work, Employment And Society, 33(6), 1058 - 1067.
Petersen, A. C. M., Christensen, L. Rune, & Hildebrandt, T. T.. (2020). The Role of Discretion in the Age of Automation. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: Cscw: An International Journal, 29, 303–333.
Pereira, L. Moniz. (2019). A machine is cheaper than a human for the same task. Ai & Society.
Pepito, J. Andrew, & Locsin, R.. (2019). Can nurses remain relevant in a technologically advanced future?. International Journal Of Nursing Sciences, 6(1), 106 - 110.
Pennisi, E. (2017). AI in Action: Combing the genome for the roots of autism. Science, 357(6346), 25 - 25.
Patterson, E. S. (2004). Handoff strategies in settings with high consequences for failure: lessons for health care operations. International Journal For Quality In Health Care, 16(2), 125 - 132.