Times AI, connected, healthy, intelligent offices

And if we use our memory objectively we’ll see that human history is a long story of tool changes (Stone Age, Iron Age, Bronze Age…and we’ll be so much better off when we start to see AI for what it is – just another tool.

Ergonomics has found its way into a variety of sectors, such as healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture and transport. AND it has influenced the design of furniture, tools and other products, making them more user-centred and comfortablee Today’s office furniture, such as sit-stand desks, is already helping to increase mobility in the workplace.

In the coming years, such furniture will incorporate artificial intelligence functions to monitor employees’ health and promote healthier habits.