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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

Yuko Harayama
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Michela Milano
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Richard Baldwin
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Janine Berg
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Anousheh Karvar
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Andrew Wyckoff
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Abstract

Digital transformation is underway, particularly shaped by the ever-expanding frontier of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies. It is impacting our everyday life, at work, in public space, as well as at home and in the private sphere. We are already strong users and consumers of information, and our dependence on connectivity, shaping the way we make decisions, the way we interact, even more how we feel. This trend seems to be irreversible.
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hal-03678348 , version 1 (25-05-2022)

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Yuko Harayama, Michela Milano, Richard Baldwin, Céline Antonin, Janine Berg, et al.. Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work. pp. 53-67, 2021. ⟨hal-03678348⟩

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