The ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work has called on governments to commit to a set of measures in order to address the challenges caused by unprecedented transformational change in the world of work.
Remarks by head of the United Nations, UN Secretary-General António Guterres at Web Summit 2018:
Digital technologies are making it easier to access information and connect people. They offer tremendous opportunities to simplify, secure, and accelerate the migration process
The World Economic and Social Survey 2018 reviews the advances in frontier technologies – automation, robotics, electric vehicles, renewable energy technologies
The future of our economies, societies, and jobs depend on a stable and healthy environment. Some 1.2 billion jobs, or 40 percent of total world employment mainly in the Global South
Digital technologies play an ever-increasing role in almost all sectors of society and across industries through increased use of better and faster internet, remote sensoring devices
Technological innovation’s unprecedented impacts will fundamentally change the working lives of people around the world.
From robotics that can pick and pack goods in warehouses with acute precision, to algorithms in healthcare that can diagnose cancers as accurately as trained pathologists
The 28-member Global Commission on the Future of Work convened in mid-May. Prior to the meeting, the Global Commission held a series of policy dialogues with experts
The 2nd edition of the AI for Good Global Summit will be organized by ITU in Geneva on 15-17 May 2018, in partnership with XPRIZE Foundation