DIGITAL ANTHROPOLOGY2020-09-03T18:07:49+01:00

A very human charity

Digital Anthropology believes in a future where the consideration of the social impact on people is at the heart of technological advancement and the digital revolution.

Our charity is at the heart of understanding the issues surrounding the rise in automation and the consequences. We believe in transparency surrounding implementation and a path for those affected to follow to gain new employment.


We’re evolving into a charity

Richard Skellett established Digital Anthropology originally as a campaign and lobbying voice to raise awareness of how automation would affect the entire employment landscape. As a future of work expert, Richard wanted to highlight the issues [...]

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