Education, Skills and Learning

6 ways to make sure AI creates jobs for all and not the few

Workers cut pork at a production line in an abattoir on the outskirts of Beijing November 12, 2007. Chinese officials took members of the international media on a series of visits to food processing plants to reassure the world about their food safety following a series of incidents that sparked international concern, including athletes from competing countries in next year's Olympic Games.         REUTERS/David Gray    (CHINA) - RTX8YL

'For the majority of us, AI will take away the most repetitive and boring tasks' Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Stephane Kasriel
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