This evidence synthesis looks at the impact of AI on work, to support a well-informed discussion about the impact of AI on work and to inform policy debates about potential steps to help us all prepare for this future.
AI and work
A joint Royal Society and British Academy project looking at the implications of AI for individuals, communities, and societies.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are developing rapidly, with many potential benefits for economies, societies, communities and individuals. Across sectors, AI technologies offer the promise of boosting productivity and creating new products and services.
This potential brings with it questions about the impact of AI technologies on work and working life, and renews public and policy debates about automation and the future of work: how might AI affect jobs and employment? Who could be most affected by these changes? And what factors can influence how the benefits of AI are shared across society?
This evidence review, prepared by Frontier Economics for the British Academy and the Royal Society, draws on evidence, from a wide range of academic disciplines to inform discussions on the impact of AI on work.
How are big data, data-driven technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) changing the way that people live? How can we harness this change for good?