The introduction of new technologies, including artificial intelligence and robotics, across many industries will eventually result in greater disruption in the labour market, according to a new report by think tank the Luohan Academy. Photo: Agence France-Presse

No proof that artificial intelligence and automation will take away jobs, says new report

  • There is no ‘conclusive evidence’ that more jobs are being lost than created, according to think tank the Luohan Academy
Topic |   Artificial intelligence

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The introduction of new technologies, including artificial intelligence and robotics, across many industries will eventually result in greater disruption in the labour market, according to a new report by think tank the Luohan Academy. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Zen Soo

Zen Soo

Zen Soo joined the Post in 2015. She covers China technology, in particular e-commerce, online to offline and mobile payments. She also writes about Southeast Asian tech companies.