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EU (Red.)
HerausgeberIn 1:
European Commission
The Impact Artificial Intelligence on the Future of Workforces in the European Union and the United States of America
An economic study prepared in response to the US-EU Trade and Technology Council Inaugural Joint Statement
"(...) AI is a fast-evolving technology with great potential to make workers more productive, to make firms more efficient, and to spur innovations in new products and services. At the same time, AI can also be used to automate existing jobs and exacerbate inequality, and it can lead to discrimination against workers. While previous technological advances in automation have tended to affect “routine” tasks, AI has the potential to automate “nonroutine” tasks, exposing large new swaths of the workforce to potential disruption. The challenge for policymakers is to foster progress and innovation in AI while shielding workers and consumers from potential types of harm that could arise. Parts I and II of this report introduce AI and document its widespread adoption in the European Union and the United States; part III focuses on AI’s impact on labor; part IV contains case studies on hiring and logistics; part V concludes. (...)"
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 The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Future of Workforces in the EU and the US