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AIM RSN PCC WP 2019-001: Mapping Philippine Workers at Risk of Automation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is expected to change the nature of jobs and the way people work. One of its prominent features is the automation of tasks, made possible by remarkable advancements in computing technology, artificial intelligence, and advanced robotics. Although this can promote efficiency, it can also threaten jobs. This study maps the most at-risk workers in the Philippines across eight categories – sector, educational attainment, region, age, gender, class of worker, nature of employment, region, and income.

AIM Rizalino S. Navarro Policy Center for Competitiveness
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Francisco, Jamil Paolo S.; Flores, Stephanie Rose E.; Canare, Tristan A.; Caboverde, Christopher Ed C.; Christopher Monterola, Ph.D.; Benjur Emmanuel Borja; Philippines ; jobs; Fourth Industrial Revolution; automation;
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