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Hard To Believe, But Artificial Intelligence Will Improve Our Worklives

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]Instead of worrying about job displacement, we should get to work creating the new, high-quality jobs of tomorrow while massively expanding our upskilling and reskilling efforts to transition displaced workers into these new opportunities.'

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Hard To Believe, But Artificial Intelligence Will Improve Our Worklives

Hard To Believe, But Artificial Intelligence Will Improve Our Worklives

]Instead of worrying about job displacement, we should get to work creating the new, high-quality jobs of tomorrow while massively expanding our upskilling and reskilling efforts to ...

Don't fear AI. It will lead to long-term job growth.

Don't fear AI. It will lead to long-term job growth.

COVID-19 has sped up the automation of many tasks, leading some to fear algorithms will take their jobs. But AI is creating more jobs than it destroys.

Industry 4.0 could create millions of new jobs

Industry 4.0 could create millions of new jobs

The digital revolution is changing how we live and work. Headlines like these are causing people to panic: “How the robots will take your job and kill the economy” (Fast Company, 2015) ...

This is the mindset shift employees need to succeed in the future of work

This is the mindset shift employees need to succeed in the future of work

The robots and AI are coming, but the future of work is not a zero-sum game. Collaboration and teamwork will become even more important and everyone's slice of the pie won't get smaller. ...

Here are three ways organizations can prepare for tomorrow's world

Here are three ways organizations can prepare for tomorrow's world

What will the world look like in 2030? In 2050? No one can predict the future exactly, but if you can imagine it, you can help shape it. As the pace of change continues to accelerate and ...

Don't Fear AI. It Will Lead To Long-Term Job Growth.

Don't Fear AI. It Will Lead To Long-Term Job Growth.

COVID-19 has sped up the automation of many tasks, leading some to fear algorithms will take their jobs. But AI is creating more jobs than it destroys.

88% of Chinese workers trust a bot over their human boss

88% of Chinese workers trust a bot over their human boss

A study published on Tuesday found that 88 percent of Chinese workers have more trust in robots than their human managers and believe AI is unbiased.

The future of work and the work we must do now: Davos reflections part 1

The future of work and the work we must do now: Davos reflections part 1

In some ways the Future of Work is already here and requires action now, writes James Manyika.

What future world are you working towards?

What future world are you working towards?

The world is constantly changing along with consumer preferences. Businesses need to futureproof themselves today to be ready for tomorrow.

Technology and robots will shake labour policies in Asia and the world

Technology and robots will shake labour policies in Asia and the world

Technology and robots will shake labour policies in Asia and the world

Technology is about to destroy millions of jobs. But, if we're lucky, it will create even more

Technology is about to destroy millions of jobs. But, if we're lucky, it will create even more

The double challenge posed by the global recession and automation could cause huge shifts in the world of work.

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Figure 3: Share of stable, new and redundant roles, 2018 vs. 2022 (projected) Other (5%) Increasingly redundant roles, 31% Newly emerging roles, 16% Core roles, 48% Redundant roles (31%) ...