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AI & The Future of Work

AI & The Future of Work

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SUMMARY

This report on AI and the future of jobs notes that new technologies will lead to a decrease in jobs in some occupations and industries but will also generate many new jobs at the same time.

The report includes an article about the 'gig economy' which is considered among the most disruptive ways in which technology is impacting on the job world where work is performed by freelancers who are only employed for the time it takes them to carry out certain tasks. In this context, the research explains that optimists think that both consumers and workers will benefit from having more flexibility and the sense of empowerment as a result of being self-employed. However, workers also need to have a certain level of finance security. In this scenario, the thought that social protection has to be adapted to the evolving nature of work is now at the heart of public debates.

Another of the report's articles explores the ways that new technologies and AI will improve the working world and benefit people and society. The study talks about AI regulation and mentions that like any other method, the use of AI needs to follow ethical and legal principles. On the other hand, another of the report's articles takes a look at the challenges for established businesses to make the most of the full potential of AI as their key strategy.

OUTLINE

Introduction

Technological change and work

AI transformations

Economic security and the gig economy

AI Regulation and the ethical perspective

 

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
4 out of 5 stars
Title
AI & The Future of Work
Region
Global
Published
July 1, 2019
Publisher
Credit Suisse
Author(s)
Rafael Lalive, Daniel Oesch, Howard Yu, Jialu Shan, Giuliano Bonoli, Bettina Hummer
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
38
Number of Tables
3
Number of Exhibits
1
Topics
ai
Tags
AI, AI regulation, artificial intelligence, automation, automotive, Credit Suisse, data analytics, data management, global
Companies mentioned
Tinder, Alibaba, Google, General Motors, BMW, JPMorgan Chase, Kodak, Tesla, Volkswagen, Ford Motor, Toyota, Nissan, Daimler, Peugeot, Visteo, Skoda, Guangzhou, Yamaha
Author(s)
Rafael Lalive, Daniel Oesch, Howard Yu, Jialu Shan, Giuliano Bonoli, Bettina Hummer
Methodology
Not available.
EVALUATION

This is a comprehensive report on the correlation between the emergence of new technologies including AI and its effect on the job market.

Positives:

  • Understandable language
  • Well-structurted argumentation
  • Interesting findings

 

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