OECD study finds that 14% of jobs across 32 countries are highly vulnerable, defined as having at least a 70% chance...

OECD study finds that 14% of jobs across 32 countries are highly vulnerable, defined as having at least a 70% chance…

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OECD study finds that 14% of jobs across 32 countries are highly vulnerable, defined as having at least a 70% chance of automation. A further 32% were slightly less imperiled, with a probability between 50% and 70%.

Part of the reason for thinking about changes in ownership structure and the post I shared earlier today about “who owns the robots.”

https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2018/04/daily-chart-15?cid1=cust/ddnew/email/n/n/20180424n/owned/n/n/ddnew/n/n/n/nna/Daily_Dispatch/email&etear=dailydispatch&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Daily_Dispatch&utm_term=20180424

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