10 years ago, the idea of a company using the internet to research candidates was a novelty. Now, having a bad online presence is considered to be detrimental. Before the rise of tech, work used to be all about the human element. Nowadays, companies are starting to use algorithms to find their ideal candidate. How should human beings respond to this rapid technological advancement? Samir Saran of the Observer Research Foundation, Pierre Dubuc of OpenClassrooms, and Adrien Ledoux of JobTeaser join the discussion about the future of work.