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In the world of work, skills are the number one currency. For as long as humans have worked, and whatever in
The future may be robots and AI, but how many have thought about what happens to humans in that world? Martin Friel spoke to the start-up doing exactly that
The UK government’s emphasis on reskilling adults is a positive step toward future-proofing the workforce, but we must remember that there’s no such thing as a ‘lifetime skill’ in the digital age
After a challenging year, it’s exciting to see signs of post-pandemic economic growth
Well, is artificial intelligence a job-killer or not? We keep hearing both sides, from projections of doom for many professions that will necessitate things such as universal basic income to help sidelined workers
New technologies will lead to tens of millions of job vacancies by 2030, according to the latest economic analysis from Boston Consulting Group (BCG). But that does little to erase the threat of unemployment spiking due to the automation of labour, BCG says.
Faethm AI today released key findings from the UK Labor Prediction 2021. This reveals the potential impact of technology on the UK workforce. A future study of Faethm, a work platform based on modeling and ONS data, could automate the equivalent of 1.4 million full-time roles in the UK next year, and the work currently being done nationwide. 4.8% of the time can be disproportionately affected by different industries and regions