War on Algorithms: Why Companies Increasingly Advertise 'Human-Made' Work As A Sign of Quality
For decades, companies marketed handmade products as better than mass-produced ones. Now, some companies are going one step further: boasting that their products are algorithm-free. Will "made by humans" become the label of choice in the era of artificial intelligence?
The Keynesianism of capital and its antagonisms
The SURE programme, which Greece did not claim as much as other countries in the south, being content with "crumbs" in comparison, is nothing but an aid in the form of an extension of credit. Moreover, it is an aid for a short period of time, granted to working people who will be affected by the change of the labour model, for retraining in new ways of working, not at the expense of the company, but of the state
Measures for the pandemic, the budget and the new Memorandum
When the pandemic is over, when neither wages nor turnovers will be at levels that will allow the debtors to repay the debts that have accumulated, the "black holes" it opened will turn into debt, which like chronic disease will follow hundreds of thousands of people for many years, maybe for their lifetime
A return of left-wing values
The new era is a transitional period of instability, uncertainty, full of insecurity and fear for the future. Globalisation, aggressive neoliberalism, radical changes in working conditions and the way of social reproduction, lead to a gradual transformation of all social constants and political institutions in both domestic and international politics