The OECD is launching the I am the Future of Work campaign. From students to CEOs, everyone is shaping the future of work and their voices should be at the heart of the debate. The campaign highlights what the future of work means for people and the urgency to build a future that works for all. The Future of Work is now.
How can technology shape the future of work in a positive way?
Routine tasks that were traditionally done by people are increasingly being carried out by machines, while – due to big data, artificial intelligence and ever-increasing computing power – more complex tasks are also becoming automated.
New jobs such as a robot trainer or digital ethics specialist are being created, yet they are not the same, either in job type or quality, as those that are disappearing.