Inclusive future of work – A call to action
We are committed to creating new skilling pathways for an inclusive future of work. Join us and be part of the solution.
By 2022, AI alone could boost revenues and employment.
Intelligent technologies—including Analytics, Big Data, Cognitive Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics—are reshaping the future of work, automating routine tasks, while augmenting activities that involve social/emotional or high-order cognitive skills.
Workers in entry-level or mid-career jobs where a high proportion of time is spent on routine, automatable activities will experience the biggest change.
Workers in less complex roles are 7x more likely to spend a significant portion of time on automatable activities vs. workers in more complex jobs.
We developed a framework of four solution spaces to help workers:
We are actively engaging an ecosystem of partners to design, develop, and pilot solutions to address the issues raised in this report—starting with a first wave of projects underway in the United States and the United Kingdom. These pilots will serve as laboratories to test and improve our new skilling framework with the aim of helping workers in less complex roles navigate the transition ahead.