Will you one day lose your job to a robot, or even an algorithm? A recent working paper, 'The Future of Employment: How susceptible are jobs to computerisation?', found that nearly half of US jobs could be susceptible to computerisation over the next two decades. So as technology races ahead, will low-skilled workers need to retrain in order to remain part of the workforce?
"Replaced by robots? The challenges and opportunities of automation for the workforce" with Dr Carl Benedikt Frey
14 March 2014
with Professor Michael Osborne
Dyson Professor in Machine Learning
Michael A Osborne (DPhil Oxon) is an expert in the development of machine intelligence in sympathy with societal needs. His work on robust and scalable inference algorithms in Machine Learning has been successfully applied in diverse and challenging...
with Professor Carl Benedikt Frey
Director, Future of Work
Carl-Benedikt Frey is the Dieter Schwarz Associate Professor of AI & Work at the Oxford Internet Institute and a Fellow of Mansfield College, University of Oxford. He is also Director of the Future of Work Programme and Oxford Martin Citi Fellow ...