WorkThe changing landscape of work in an age of robots
Work in the Second Machine Age
Clearly new technologies, especially artificial intelligence, is changing the way we work. Career opportunities are going to be very different in the not too distant future, some will cease to be, new ones will be created. This Department is tracking work in the second machine age.
The ABC have published a database that answers the question of how susceptible your job is to automation. You can find the database and search for your job here http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-08/could-a-robot-do-your-job-artificial-intelligence/8782174 The ABC...
A recent news report says that five million Australian jobs are at risk because of robotics. Quoting futurist Shara Evans who says that "40 per cent of current jobs in Australia won’t exist in 10 to 15 years due to automation — that’s five million jobs gone,” citing...
Volker Hirsch talks about the future of work in a new world of AI.
New report discusses how the prevalence of automated machines impacts jobs, employee value and wage inequality. A new study from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business’ Michael Gibbs finds that technological advances, particularly in machines that can...
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Matthew is Editor-in-Chief of The Neuropsychotherapist, a psychotherapist with a keen interest in neuroscience and technology.