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Running head: Technological Unemployment 1The Future of Work
Technological Unemployment2AbstractThe main aim of thisassessmentis to investigate the possible problems created by the growth ofartificial intelligence. The emphasis of this study will be on the social results of computerizationand automation, with exceptional consideration being paid to the issue of joblessness. Despitethe way that this examination is primarily theoretical in character, an attempt is made to build upour examination in a methodologically stable manner.
Technological Unemployment3ContentsAbstract.......................................................................................................................................................2Overview.....................................................................................................................................................4Description of the company.........................................................................................................................5Literature search..........................................................................................................................................8Scenario Development...............................................................................................................................12References.................................................................................................................................................15
Technological Unemployment4OverviewThe major intend of this paper is to make show the range of the concepts and techniquesaccessible to operations managers for the reason of facilitating the effectual business decisionmaking. The company of Motor Jaguar will be chosen for this paper to demonstrate the idea ofTechnological Unemployment from its beginning until the present day. This study will beelaborated with taking help of Frey and Osborne’s findings which will express how automationinfluences employment and its effect on the industry.
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