WATERLOO—Over the last decade, the rise of robotics and artificial intelligence has emerged as a critical topic of discussion. By some estimates, almost half of existing jobs could be automated within a generation. Not surprisingly, then, managing this future of work has become a primary concern among the public and policy-makers alike. In 2018, under its presidency of the G7, Canada advanced “preparing for jobs of the future” as one of five key themes. Later that same year, the future of work also became one of three agenda priorities at the G20 meetings.
Enter your email address to
register a free account.