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ESSEC Metalab case study on the impact of AI on training needs and labour markets with OECD

14-10-2021
ESSEC Metalab case study on the impact of AI on training needs and labour markets with OECD

Within the framework of its partnership with the OECD, ESSEC’s Metalab is carrying out a research project to understand the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the labor market.

The OECD has partnered with leading academic institutions to conduct national case studies at the level of private organizations to understand the consequences of implementing specific AI-based technologies on organizations’ functioning and employees.

These case studies will identify best practices as well as barriers to the adoption of innovative, reliable, human-centered AI that improves the way we work.

To begin with, the case studies will focus on firms within two sectors – manufacturing and finance – and across eight countries: Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. Findings from the case studies will be published in a report in mid-2022 and presented at the AI-WIPS conference in late 2022 or early 2023.

The OECD is partnering with academic institutions in each of the countries mentioned, and it is within this framework that ESSEC has been selected to study the French transformations.

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