Humanomics from sherpa to SuperLeague footballers — via Uber drivers

Uber drivers protest their pay and conditions
Sherpas are the stars of the show on Mount Everest — though you wouldn’t know it from their wages

To call someone a ‘terrorist’ is one of the most dangerous accusations you can make you can make against a fellow human being: conventionally, a terrorist is a violent extremist who presents an immediate and extreme threat to others.

Uber — where drivers are in danger of being airbrushed out of the picture by the technology

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Journalist, writer; facilitator at Cambridge Open Media

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