Chat-GPT and the UK Labour Market: A Year in Review

Jeisson Cardenas-Rubio and Gianni Anelli-Lopez University of Warwick Institute for Employment Research It is now one-year since the release of Chat-GPT, an artificial intelligence tool which has raised lots of questions about how GPTs (Generative Pre-trained Transformers) in general might affect the demand for labour. Building on the previous blog “From Automation to Adaptation: Jobs […] Read more

AI, Skills and Jobs: Some considerations on the future based on the current evidence

Technological change, employment and skills The conventional view is that technological change is both employment and skill enhancing. It has, historically, tended to favour employment growth in relatively high skilled jobs. More recently as technologies have become more sophisticated, especially those which encompass a degree of artificial intelligence (AI), concerns have been expressed about the […] Read more