MIT Technology Review and Faethm collaborate on AI in Asia series

Faethm, TeamPublished on 10 May 2019
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MIT Technology Review has led the publication of an AI in Asia report series that utilises AI impact insights from the Faethm team and platform

Excerpt from MIT Technology Review:

‘While AI will be a major growth driver for Asia in the coming decade, it will affect one in every five jobs in Asia—eliminating one in eight, a new study finds. The impact of AI on work, jobs, and people is one of the most controversial aspects of today’s technological wave that will undoubtedly transform companies, industries, and societies in the years ahead.’

‘In this report, the third in our “Asia’s AI agenda” series, we explore the degree to which executives in Asia Pacific are expecting and preparing for the automation of job roles. We also look at how staff working in companies across the region are responding to the increasing need to work “shoulder to software.’

‘The report explores a new data set provided by Faethm, a future-of-work cloud software company. It shows, by country and industry, the proportion of formal sector jobs that will become redundant through automation. It also shows the proportion that will be augmented by AI, making those jobs more productive and highly skilled.’

Read the Asia’s AI agenda report series here:

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