The impact of ai in uk constituencies
Where will automation hit hardest?
AI will affect different age groups, genders and employment sectors differently. What about geographical location?
By combining the most cutting-edge analysis of the automatability of different employment sectors with a granular look at the sectoral make-up of all British constituencies, we reveal how the impact of AI and automation may vary across the country. The proportion of jobs at high risk of automation by the early 2030s varies from 22% to over 39%, with Britain’s former industrial heartlands in the Midlands and the North of England potentially being hardest hit.
Despite these predictions, our YouGov online poll reveals that only 7% of UK adults are worried that their current job role will be replaced by AI. Only 28% are worried that AI will replace jobs in their local area.
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The road ahead in low and middle income countries
These countries are all too often overlooked in debates around the impacts of emerging technologies. By conducting extensive research and speaking to over 40 experts in more than 15 different countries, we identified both issues that these countries have in common with advanced economies, as well as certain highly-specific challenges that emerging economies face. We make 10 recommendations for maximising the opportunities and minimising the risks of artificial intelligence in low and middle income countries.
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An intelligent future?
We are in the early stages of an intelligence revolution.
Artificial intelligence (AI) already permeates many aspects of our lives. AI systems trade on the stock market, filter our email spam, recommend things for us to buy, navigate driverless cars, and in some places can determine whether you are paid a visit by the police.
The fast-moving development of AI presents huge economic and social opportunities.
Over the coming years AI will drive economic productivity and growth; improve public services; and enable scientific breakthroughs. It will also bring significant risks.
How might driverless cars affect our city?
Special London supplement to the Future Advocacy report "An Intelligent Future?".
According to our new exclusive YouGov poll, most Londoners still see driverless cars as a futuristic phenomenon that will not be seen on the streets of London for many years.