Artificial Intelligence

This new measure uses 55 years of data to look at the risk of your job being automated

Employee Stanaleen Greenman works on processing packages kicked out by the automated scanning and labeling system at the Amazon fulfillment center in Kent, Washington, U.S., October 24, 2018.  REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson - RC1C49A3AD10

Middle-skilled workers perform routine tasks easily automated by information and computer technology. Image: REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson

Mitali Das
Deputy Division Chief, Strategy, Policy and Review Department, , IMF
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Initial routine exposure is measured in 1990-95. Change in routine exposure is the latest exposure in 2010-15 less initial exposure.
Image: Das and Hilgenstock (2018).
Image: Data from Das and Hilgenstock (2018).
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