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Check out some of the latest news, updates and blog posts from Digital Anthropology below.

DA founder Richard Skellett is available to speak at corporate events, conferences and to national, international and regional media around future of work and technological developments. For any enquiries, please email info@digitalanthropology.org.uk or call 01494 898055.

1301, 2020

Meghan and Harry might be looking for financial independence – but what about the million who never can?

By |January 13th, 2020|

I am flabbergasted to read that Meghan and Harry need to work towards financial independence. What does that mean? You and I probably have disposable and non-disposable income to manage daily. Most of us need that [...]

805, 2019

Richard Skellett to speak alongside Dr Temple Grandin

By |May 8th, 2019|

Digital Anthropology founder Richard Skellett will speak alongside the world's leading expert on autism at the Temple Talks Autism Conference in Glasgow on Wednesday 15 May. Dr Grandin is regarded as the face of autism. She [...]

2702, 2019

Digital Anthropology in the news – February 2019

By |February 27th, 2019|

Digital Anthropology founder Richard Skellett has been featured in various news outlets and publications throughout February, having been asked to comment on a range of different topics including future of work, social enterprises and security. AI, [...]

1401, 2019

Jobs at risk as Japan deploys robots to replace manual labour

By |January 14th, 2019|

A technology company in Japan has unveiled a humanoid robot prototype designed to autonomously perform heavy labour or work in hazardous environments. The 'Blade Runner-style' robot has been developed by the Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) [...]

2312, 2018

Microsoft and Mastercard create digital identities sparking fears of ‘mass surveillance’

By |December 23rd, 2018|

Digital Anthropology founder Richard Skellett spoke to the Daily Star around plans for corporate giants Microsoft and Mastercard to create 'digital identities' for consumers. Richard warned of the potential for intimate online data to be misused, [...]