Fourth Industrial Revolution

This is how AI is putting stress on workers

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Isamu Yamamoto

Professor, Faculty of Business and Commerce, Keio University

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Note: These are the collated responses to the question of how much change has occurred (or how much change is forecasted to occur) in tasks and well-being as a result of the introduction of new information technologies. Image: JST-RISTEX Planned Survey Report for Fiscal 2017 (Principal Investigator: Isamu Yamamoto)

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