From Automation to Adaptation: Jobs at Risk of Exposure to AI in the UK - Blog by Jeisson Cardenas-Rubio and Gianni Anelli-Lopez
Artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing at pace. In its wake the world of work is being transformed. With the emergence of an AI application such as Chat-GPT, jobs previously thought immune to automation now appear to be at risk. Or are they?
Read more in the blog published on the LMI website.
The 10th of October is World Mental Health Day and this year’s theme stresses that good mental health should be a human right for all. Currently, this is sadly far from reality.
Mental health conditions may be a barrier to work. And it is increasingly clear that mental health inequalities are also present amongst those in work. The quality of jobs and employment have implications for workers’ mental health and wellbeing.
Observing World Youth Skills Day: Reflections from research in Sierra Leone - Blog by Jamelia Harris
World Youth Skills Day recognises the strategic importance of providing young people around the world with the necessary skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship. July 15th was first declared World Youth Skills Day by the United Nations General Assembly in 2014 and has been celebrated each year since. This year, the theme centres on “Skilling teachers, trainers and youth for a transformative future.”
In this blog Dr Jamelia Harris gives a preview of her thinking so far on creating a future of healthy jobs, based on a paper she is currently working on.
The paper is for ReWAGE, the work and employment expert group hosted by Warwick IER and co-chaired by Warwick and Leeds Universities, and has been commissioned and funded by Deloitte.
Skills for the future of work
Find out more about future (digital) skills requirements on the Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung Athens' Future of Work project website.