Most popular in the UK to prepare for artificial i

2022-08-01
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Britain is preparing for a rainy day for artificial intelligence

while many people are still worried about the possible impact of "no agreement brexit" on the British economy, some people in the industry and even the British government have begun to prepare for a longer-term problem - the impact of the wave of industrial automation caused by artificial intelligence technology on the job market, that is, whether such technological changes will make many people lose their jobs. The British government is carrying out a project called "national retraining program" during the experiment of tensile strength and elongation at break. Its purpose is to help those who may lose their original jobs in the process of industrial development and change, provide them with corresponding training courses, learn new skills, and obtain new jobs in the future when artificial intelligence is becoming more and more popular. The project will be promoted in Liverpool, an old industrial city in Britain

damianheinz, British education secretary, pointed out: "technologies such as artificial intelligence and automation are changing our way of life and work, contributing to economic development, but at the same time, they also mean that jobs are changing, and some jobs will soon be eliminated."

this retraining preparation is not groundless. Although many applications of artificial intelligence do not sound very mature at present, the wave of industrial automation it brings is being implemented in different industries, and its impact on ordinary people is also very practical

according to a qhmac103[1] 143 ⑵ 02 ⑵ 005 brake pedal analysis report: by 2030, at least 20million manufacturing jobs in the world will be replaced by robots, and even jobs in the service industry will be greatly affected in this wave of automation. But this organization makes it more vulnerable and believes that the improvement of industrial automation will actually create new jobs and help economic growth

PricewaterhouseCoopers also said in an analysis report that in the long run, the overall employment impact of artificial intelligence on the UK may be "neutral", because although many jobs will be eliminated under this wave tide, industrial changes in the next 20 years will also create more jobs, thus offsetting some of the impact, but this process will change dramatically for many companies and employees

as a matter of fact, the unemployment rate in the UK remains relatively stable even under the influence of the uncertainty of "brexit". Official data show that the country's unemployment rate remained at 3.8% between March and may, the lowest level since the mid-1970s. The average annual income of local employees is also in a good state

even so, many people are still worried about the future. The depth of the changes brought about by these technologies has been felt by employees in some segments. For example, some financial institutions have increasingly relied on artificial intelligence algorithms and big data to carry out business, and some jobs that were considered irreplaceable in the past have been quickly eliminated

the British government has regarded the most popular technologies such as artificial intelligence and 5g as the industrial technologies to be vigorously developed in the country, and is promoting domestic universities to set up more professional R & D centers to train top talents in this field. However, in the final analysis, while vigorously encouraging the development of such new technologies, the government also needs to avoid the problem brought about by artificial intelligence. It should be noted that whether the joint gasket is a complete industrial change and eventually leads to uneven distribution of social wealth

PwC reports that the changes brought about by artificial intelligence technology are more beneficial to those who have acquired strong digital skills through higher education, which may exacerbate the income gap. In this case, it is necessary for the government to consider how to redistribute the GDP growth brought about by artificial intelligence in a broader area of society

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