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UK economic outlook

PwC’s latest UK Economic Outlook report takes a look at the net impact of AI and related technologies on jobs in the UK.

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Future workplace

This report from Raconteur looks at what trends are likely to impact the future workplace, including work-space design, retaining talent and artificial intelligence. 

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Automation - not a job killer

Deutsche Bank examine the impact of the next generation of automation on workers, industry, and society at large in this report. 

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Skill shift: automation and the future of the workforce

This report from McKinsey looks the key skills of today and the future and examines the implications of shifting skill requirements on organisations and workers.

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Human Capital: Disruption, opportunity and resilience in London's workforce

This analysis by Centre for London of London’s workforce reveals which jobs and businesses will be most affected by automation, migration and wage pressures, and where new opportunities may arise for London.

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Robots at the gate: human and technology at work

This report from Barclays analyses the wide-ranging impacts of technological advancement on how people work today, and possibly will work in the future.

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Putting faces to the jobs at risk of automation

This policy brief on the future of work from the OECD looks at the risk of job automation in OECD countries.

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The impact of Brexit, Migration and Ageing on the UK Workforce

This report from Mercer examines the latest employment and migration statistics and the UK population and workforce in a pre and post-Brexit world in a bid to understand related business impacts.

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Pathways to universal basic income: the case for a universal basic opportunity fund

The RSA put forward a proposition of the creation of a Universal Basic Opportunity Fund as a way to address the problem of economic insecurity. 

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Managing automation: employment, inequality and ethics in the digital age

This discussion paper from IPPR argues that public policy should seek to accelerate automation to reap the productivity benefits, while building new institutions to ensure the dividends of technological change are broadly shared. 

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