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Yeni Çağda Eski Bir Sorun: Endüstri 5.0 Yolunda Yapay Zekanın İşsizliğe Etkileri

Erhan İŞCAN
2021 Journal of Yasar University  
Especially, due to the impact of technological advancements, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) became the main keyword of future discussions.  ...  Unemployment is one of the most important and unfinished debates in the economic literature and every decade witnessed a crisis that created unemployment.  ...  Frey and Osborne (2017) claimed that 47% of the jobs in the US economy will be replaced by AI in the future and found that jobs making less than $20 per hour 83 percent probability of automation.  ... 
doi:10.19168/jyasar.781167 fatcat:2ya6m56dofdifewmkhcqow2qym

Understanding Technological Unemployment: A Review of Causes, Consequences, and Solutions

Yuri Lima, Carlos Eduardo Barbosa, Herbert Salazar dos Santos, Jano Moreira de Souza
2021 Societies  
Our results summarize causes, consequences, and solutions for the technological unemployment found in the literature.  ...  The purpose of this study is to move on from the discussion about the size of the impact of automation to understanding the main social impacts that automation will cause and what actions should be taken  ...  All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/soc11020050 fatcat:25c5ctg4gzawrhfrapobpql4sa

Human Capital Management and Future of Work; Job Creation and Unemployment: A Literature Review

Adamson Mukhalipi
2018 OALib  
The existing literature on the human capital management, the future of work and the Zambian case on job creation and unemployment, covers a wide range of topics.  ...  An enormous amount of literature has emerged over the last few years in the context of the "human capital management", "Future of Work" and on "Zambian Case: Job creation and unemployment".  ...  on the human capital management, the future of work and the Zambian case on job creation and unemployment, covers a wide range of topics.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1104859 fatcat:dql7zist75gmbfuummjj5jfesi

The New Era of Digital Transformation and COVID-19 Effect on The Employment in Mobile Operators in Egypt

Ashraf Elsafty, Ahmed Elzeftawy
2021 Business and Management Studies  
Several models were developed to measure the effect of the Automation & AI on the employment and was applied on several countries. The first model was developed by Carl Benedikt Frey and Michael A.  ...  A fear from Technological Advances mainly automation and artificial intelligence (AI) has been raised since the beginning of the 21st century, that machines will eliminate human beings performing certain  ...  These tasks cannot be automated in the time being however it might in the future.  ... 
doi:10.11114/bms.v7i1.5145 fatcat:w3j2vrchsncdpa5q3bcqjimvh4

The Course of Social Security Spending Within the Process of Society 5.0 [chapter]

Hamdi Günay, Muhammet Şahin
2019 34. International Public Finance Conference  
Subsequent to this development which was considered as the beginning of production in the factory environment, the second industrial revolution based on automation (First half of 20 th Century) and the  ...  Likewise, the emergence of extensive unemployment condition due to robotic technologies and training for adaptation of available labor force to the new technologies may lead to redesign of the social security  ...  Thus, in automation society of the future, it is possible to say that unemployment benefits and vocational expenditures may increase public expenditures and Welfare 4.0 applications may decrease these  ... 
doi:10.26650/pb/ss10.2019.001.059 fatcat:itap2oomirabfhxakr2g3tuiqy

An Employer's View of Automation

Martin Morton
1964 Mental health (London)  
er holidays and sabbatical leave. futur Su8gestions, frankly, belong to generations.  ...  ^ mination of employment, unemP *"Automation: Cause of Unemployment?" 31st March, 1964. I ? tra 1 msurance, training and retraining, e ^e 25-hour week, retirement at thesen?  ... 
pmid:28908573 pmcid:PMC5083468 fatcat:ad4srijwzbcl3jphfpvkbapxo4

Page 881 of Labor Law Journal Vol. 11, Issue 10 [page]

1960 Labor Law Journal  
If automation produces only a limited amount of unemployment, then sever- ance pay clauses may prove an ade- quate method of dealing with the unemployment that does result.  ...  The coming of automation may require re-examination and modifica- tion of much of this law.  ... 

Conclusions [chapter]

Lukas Schlogl, Andy Sumner
2020 Disrupted Development and the Future of Inequality in the Age of Automation  
In this chapter, we conclude and identify areas for future research. We stress three points. First, automation is challenging any competitive advantage of low-cost labor of late developers.  ...  Wage stagnation and premature deindustrialization are already unfolding-however, unemployment is not (yet) the main problem of technological change.  ...  In sum, there are numerous questions arising for the future of economic development that automation throws up.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-30131-6_7 fatcat:x7qvodhijjairleixovwor66uq

Page 881 of Labor Law Journal Vol. 11, Issue 10 [page]

1960 Labor Law Journal  
If automation produces only a limited amount of unemployment, then sever ance pay clauses may prove an ade quate method of dealing with the unemployment that does result.  ...  The coming of automation may examination and modifica require re lor example, tion of much of this law. the continuous production schedules and integrated processes of automati factories may blur departmental  ... 

Page 133 of Science Education Vol. 39, Issue 2 [page]

1955 Science Education  
Jolliffe, technical AUTOMATION 133 director of the Radio Corporation of Amer- ica, in which he painted a picture of what the automated business office of the future may look like.  ...  The danger of technological unemployment should be even smaller in the fore- seeable future than it was at the end of the 19th century.  ... 

Page 428 of The Advancement of Science Vol. 21, Issue 93 [page]

1965 The Advancement of Science  
MILLER disruptive effects of computing machines on our social and economic institutions. In industry, computers mean automation, and automation is supposed to mean unemployment.  ...  This fear of future unemployment arising from the present construction of machines is far older than the Age of Computers.  ... 

Socio-Economic Performance of European Welfare States in Technology-Induced Employment Scenarios

VILLE-VEIKKO PULKKA, MISKA SIMANAINEN
2021 Journal of Social Policy  
The pessimistic scenario assumes technological mass unemployment to constitute a permanent problem over the next two decades; while the optimistic one illustrates a future in which unemployment has been  ...  To conduct the research, we develop a methodological approach utilising applicable mean probabilities of automation by occupation (Nedelkoska and Quintini, , p. ) to specify the technological unemployment  ...  European Union's Horizon  research and innovation programme under grant agreement No  and the Finnish Cultural Foundation (Suomen Kulttuurirahasto) in the research, authorship, and publication  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0047279421000295 fatcat:vwitagroevcj3hzx2uqfvffrvi

"This time may be a little different" – exploring the Finnish view on the future of work

Ville-Veikko Pulkka
2018 International journal of sociology and social policy  
Nevertheless, 74 percent assume that technological unemployment will increase at least temporarily. A considerable majority (85 percent) also believe that future jobs will be more precarious.  ...  Analysis of preferred policy responses support this paper's main thesis that the Finnish view on the future of work is rather optimistic: education reforms and streamlining the current social security  ...  Throughout this paper, the term "digital economy" will refer to future automation and utilization of digital platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijssp-05-2018-0070 fatcat:vdtoyvxzhbbojgtwjrda6gsf5i

Automation and public support for workfare

Zhen Jie Im, Kathrin Komp-Leukkunen
2021 Journal of European Social Policy  
Automation has permeated workplaces and threatens labour in the production process.  ...  Despite avoiding unemployment, routine workers may face the threat of status decline as automation erodes the value of routine work.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Erica Owen and Noel Johnston for generously sharing their data.  ... 
doi:10.1177/09589287211002432 fatcat:apv5ofzg7ndvhlpgyx554h6yem

Page 499 of International Labour Review Vol. 75, Issue 6 [page]

1957 International Labour Review  
THE INTERACTION OF AUTOMATION AND WAGE GUARANTEES Let us first consider how automation may affect wage guarantees and vice versa.  ...  From the viewpoint of social psychology, automation is impor- tant because it has created a fear of technological unemployment.  ... 
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