This report along with the ONS analysis sheds light on the impact of automation on the jobs market - with a sharp focus on the gender impact and intergenerational effect of AI/Automation across jobs. Interestingly programming and broadcasting activities and TV production are at the lower end of the scale for automation because of the proportion of workers with high skills, compared to repetitive functions amongst other roles. But, of course, automation is just one aspect of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, so watch this space.
AI - the shape of things to come?
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"Automation could replace 1.5 million jobs, says" ONS https://t.co/2QEdaBPWrC— Just Employment Law (@JEmploymentLaw) March 26, 2019
1.5 million jobs are at risk of automation according to the ONS.— Unions 21 (@Unions21) March 26, 2019
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New @ONS stats reveal that women, young people and part-time workers are at a higher risk of losing their jobs to automation, reinforcing existing inequalities in the workplace.https://t.co/oCP8JfyuzJ— The Equality Trust (@equalitytrust) March 26, 2019