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Interview with Karin Kimbrough
Dr. Kimbrough, Chief Economist at LinkedIn, explains how big data can be used to provide new insights into changing skills needs, and what skills young people should invest in if AI become a widely-used technology in the labour market. References: https://economicgraph.linkedin.com/research/ai-talent-in-the-eu https://economicgraph.linkedin.com/blog/how-artificial-intelligence-is-already-impacting-todays-jobs
Interview with Isamu Yamamoto
Prof. Yamamoto shares findings from a survey he has carried out on the impact of AI in the workplace in Japan, and what it means for different skills groups. References: o https://www.jst.go.jp/ristex/hite/en/community/project000398.html o https://voxeu.org/article/impact-ai-and-information-technologies-worker-stress
AI in our Futures: Stakeholder perspectives
As artificial intelligence reshapes our futures, what do OECD’s stakeholders consider to be the opportunities and challenges for work, innovation, productivity and skills? In this roundtable session, representatives from business (Business at OECD), labour (TUAC), civil society (CSISAC) and the technical community (ITAC) will share their views and offer insights from their communities on the evidence gaps and policy priorities where the OECD can advance the debate.
Trade union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC)
Business at OECD
Center for AI and Digital Policy
Interview with Gina Neff
Prof. Neff discusses some of the risks for workers when AI is adopted by companies, her concerns around AI-based tracking technologies, and the value that society places on the “data work” that goes into building AI. References: o 2020 Moller et al - Who does the work of data: https://cdn-assets.inwink.com/17bd3757-8f15-45ee-821d-3ea342e93975/ba99625e-527b-4d19-b710-6302f36f1860 o 2020 Neff et al AI at Work:...
University of Oxford
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