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Fortune Analytics has found the results are split among age groups, with Gen Z struggling the most to stay productive while working remotely.
AI and people are engaging in the same sorts of commercially productive activities—but the businesses for which they work are taxed differently depending on who, or what, does the work.
Acknowledging your epistemic dependence might even make debate more productive.
It can be productive, especially when using boat sonar to pinpoint shrimp concentrations.
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Google parent company Alphabet’s X division—internally called “the moonshot factory”—announced a project called Mineral, launched to develop technologies for a more sustainable, resilient, and productive food system.
Convert any room into a productive workspace and watch your big ideas come to life with these whiteboards.
The vintage-style multi-purpose desk fits well in home offices, study rooms, bedrooms, or living rooms, and makes working both productive and enjoyable.
Over time, household insolvencies and business bankruptcies would rise, harming the productive capacity of the economy, and holding back wage growth.
We have to help them all heal from everything that’s happening, heal so they’re productive and are able to bring their whole selves to work again.
Defining a vision is a crucial first step, and an especially productive one for those of us who suddenly find our work or mission in peril.

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