How community-owned gig worker platform can partially alleviate poverty while teaching people valuable skills in the process

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Today's internet platforms are rewarded exponentially as they gain traction whilst their essential Gig Economy workers are rewarded linearly and do not share in the value created. HumanGuild uses community-owned gig economy platforms to transform this relationship with unexpected spillover effects on workers' living standards and human capital.

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Sasha Hudzilin, Co-Curater, HumanGuild
Moderator
June 15, 2021
4:00 pm
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