Keep Work Human

An Unconventional Guide to a Meaningful Work Experience

Justin Zack


Is it possible to accomplish work without humans?

Even artificial intelligence requires the hands of a human to make work happen. Keep work human is an awkward thing to say if you think too hard about it.

It begs the questions:

  • What is work without humans?
  • What about work is not human?
  • When did work start becoming inhuman? Why?
  • What does it mean to have a human work experience?
  • How does an inhuman work experience change our relationship to work?

All great questions that I am seeking to shed some light on from my own experience as a 10-year veteran knowledge worker in the tech community in a new book that I will be writing in public over the next 3 months.

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Landing page for review readers with link to draft in progress.

Why write in public?

I am choosing to work on this project publicly for two reasons.

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Justin Zack

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