Interested in how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is affecting work, skills requirements and productivity? You can register now for the OECD’s International Conference on in Work, Innovation, Productivity and Skills.
|Date||1 - 5 February|
|Register||Register for this event on the OECD website|
|Learn more||Watch this video on AI & the labour market|
CUBS Professor of Economics, Wim Naudé will contribute to the discussions based on his recent work on Artificial Intelligence in economics. In a recent video resource made for the OECD, Professor Naudé explains why AI is still hamstrung by slow diffusion, hyped expectations, and weak incentives for ethical compliance.