18 January 2024, 2-3.30 pm. Online.
Ursula Holtgrewe (ZSI), Anna Milanez (OECD), and Trine Pernille Larsen and Anna Ilsøe (FAOS) present insights into digital changes in manufacturing and service workplaces from the UNTANGLED project, a recent OECD study, and Danish research in the context of the INCODING project.
Whereas AI technologies are rapidly developing, predictions of labour market impacts range from far reaching substitution of both routine and non-routine work to more moderate expectations. It appears that in many sectors, changes are more incremental than tech visionaries assume. Improvements in job quality are found as well as work intensification. Skill needs are often increasing rather than decreasing. Further challenges emerge to workers’ interest representation, as algorithm- and AI-based systems may be deployed in more opaque and complex ways than other digital technologies on which consultation and co-determination have been established in countries and sectors with strong social partnership.
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