automation impact on employment

automation impact on employment

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This List covers trend insights about the future impact of automation on employment, insights curated between 2018 to 2020, including related topics such as race and automation.

List curated by:

  • Quantumrun
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Driverless tractors are here to help with the severe labor shortage on farms
CNBC
Bear Flag robotics is making autonomous tractors to help farmers make more food with fewer people.
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Driverless tractors are here to help with the severe labor shortage on farms
CNBC
Bear Flag robotics is making autonomous tractors to help farmers make more food with fewer people.
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Robots made fast-food workers obsolete: Now they are coming after these 791,200 jobs
Zero Hedge
ZeroHedge - On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero
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Voice automation primed to disrupt restaurant industry
Forbes
More than 50% of searches will be voice-based by 2020, and the technology is evolving quickly to a point where it will act as a sort of concierge.
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Why no one really knows how many jobs automation will replace
Recode
Even the experts disagree exactly how much tech like AI will change our workforce.
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Where machines could replace humans—and where they can’t (yet)
McKinsey
The technical potential for automation differs dramatically across sectors and activities.
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Automation and anxiety
The Economist
Will smarter machines cause mass unemployment?
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Automation: The future of work
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
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AI will create as many jobs as it displaces by boosting economic growth
PWC
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and related technologies are projected to create as many jobs as they displace in the UK over the next 20 years, according to new analysis by PwC.
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AI and automation will replace most human workers because they don't have to be perfect—just better than you
Newsweek
Economists were skeptical that robots could permanently displace humans on a large scale. But look at what's happening to retail jobs: The economists were wrong.
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Automation threatening 25% of jobs in the US, especially the 'boring and repetitive' ones: Brookings study
CNBC
Certain people will feel the pain of automation more acutely than others, according to a new report by the Brookings Institution, titled, Automation and Artificial Intelligence: How Machines Affect People and Places.
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Automation threatens different demographics
Hourma Today
Is a robot coming for your job? That is more likely for Californians who work in Riverside, San Bernardino, Merced or Modesto, according to a report released this month by the Brookings Institution. Those who live in San Francisco or San Jose have a better chance of weathering a coming onslaught of automation and artificial intelligence. The new study by the Washington think tank suggests that int
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‘Robots’ are not 'coming for your job'—management Is
Gizmodo
Listen: ‘Robots’ are not coming for your jobs. I hope we can be very clear here—at this particular point in time, ‘robots’ are not sentient agents capable of seeking out and applying for your job and then landing the gig on its comparatively superior merits. ‘Robots’ are not currently algorithmically scanning LinkedIn and Monster.com with an intent to displace you with their artifici
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Automation could replace up to 800 million jobs by 2035: Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Finance
Some half of all jobs worldwide - or 800 million total jobs - could be at risk of becoming obsolete by 2035 due to the rise of automation. That’s the assessment from a new report written by Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts.
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AI, the transcription economy, and the future of work
Wired
If you want to understand how technology is changing our job prospects, take a look at the folks who transcribe audio recordings into text.