Digital transformation accelerates existing workforce inequalities. Our data shows that many of the marginalized communities in the US today that are hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic are also those that are most at risk of job disruption from AI and other emerging technologies. These at-risk workers are primarily women, Black and Hispanic workers.
In our report, Diversity and the Age of Automation, we've analyzed US Census data to investigate the impacts of AI and robotic technology on the US workforce across five key industries - food services, healthcare, retail, finance and education.
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Faethm AI is the world’s data source to understand the impact of automation on economies, industries, companies, jobs, tasks, skills and people.
Faethm’s SaaS AI platform was launched in 2017 and has grown rapidly to now serve governments and companies in 21 industries and 26 countries from offices in Sydney, London and Austin. A sophisticated knowledge graph and multiple AIs underpin platform modules that deliver data and insights about automation, reskilling and redploying workers for new jobs, economic and investment scenario modelling and COVID-19 resilience and remote working.
In 2018, Faethm was one of the first companies globally to be invited to join the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Awards since include the Tech Rocketship award for AI from the UK Government’s Department for International Trade, and EU HR Excellence award for the Government of Luxembourg Skills Bridge program and Best New Tech Platform from the Australian Computer Society.