1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
AI is reshaping economies and societies across the world, offering new products and services, and promising to generate productivity gains, improve efficiency and lower costs. But the adoption of AI also raises questions and fuels anxieties; as AI transforms the way we work, we need to reflect how AI adoption in the workplace can be effective, beneficial, people-centred and accepted by the population at large. This opening session will set the scene for the week’s events, with opening remarks...
PRAIRIE Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in AI
Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen
Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
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
Andrew W. Wyckoff
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The impact of Al on the labour market
What do we know about the impact of AI on the labour market? Will it further automate jobs and, if so, which ones? Will it improve job quality, or worsen it? And what will AI mean for disparities in the labour market? Will we be able to harness the opportunities that it offers to reduce inequalities or will we instead see inequality rise even further? This session will take stock of what we know about the impact of AI on the labour market and what we might expect to see in the future,...
University of Oxford
Frank M. Fossen
University of Nevada, Reno
Korea Labor Institute
4:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Data highlight: Using live data on Al jobs and skills
As AI diffusion and adoption evolve apace, timely data on AI jobs and skills can help inform policy. The OECD will launch a set of new indicators and interactive visualisations showing demand for AI jobs and skills by country, AI skills penetration and migration, women in AI R&D, AI software development skills and more. This session will feature a short demonstration of new interactive datasets available on the OECD’s AI Policy Observatory (OECD.AI), followed by an exchange with OECD.AI data...
Josef Stefan Institute