Automation And The Future Of Work

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Automation And The Future Of Work. Michael A Osborne DPhil Oxon is an expert in the development of machine intelligence in sympathy with societal needs. Alongside all the excitement about automation and the future of work however is fear about job displacement and occasionally a bit of fear-mongering as well.

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But the growth of technology is gathering pace and the effect on our working lives is becoming more apparent. In addition by shifting certain tasks away from humans automation allows employees more. A consensus-shattering account of automation technologies and their effect on workplaces and the labor market Silicon Valley titans politicians techno-futurists and social critics have united in arguing that we are living on the cusp of an era of rapid technological automation heralding the end of work as we know it.

In Inventing the Future Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams argue that the most recent wave of automation is poised to transform the labour market drastically as it comes to encompass every aspect of the economy.

Yet that work will be different requiring new skills and a far greater adaptability of the workforce than we have seen. A consensus-shattering account of automation technologies and their effect on workplaces and the labor market Silicon Valley titans politicians techno-futurists and social critics have united in arguing that we are living on the cusp of an era of rapid technological automation heralding the end of work as we know it. With Automation and the Future of Work Benanav offers a clear analysis of whats driving this crisis of work one reinforced by global data on employment and declining profit rates and a much needed salvaging from the depths of the utopian tradition. Alongside all the excitement about automation and the future of work however is fear about job displacement and occasionally a bit of fear-mongering as well.