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AI and related technologies could create around 90 million more jobs in China than they displace over next two decades
AI & related technologies could provide a net boost to employment in China of around 12% over the next two decades, equating to around 90 million additional jobs
Sep 18, 2018 - News releases
#amnc18: How will AI impact the job market in China?
Join PwC’s press briefing & webcast in collaboration with the WEF 14:00 Beijing time on Tuesday 18 September 2018 John Hawksworth, PwC Chief Economist, and James Chang, PwC China Financial...
Sep 13, 2018 - News releases
Almost a third of consumers plan for new AI home devices
Retailers watching closely as ‘voice commerce’ develops in the home in PwC's Global Consumer Insights survey assessing the shopping behaviour, habits and expectations of over 22,000 people.
Mar 13, 2018 - News releases
Education and retraining critical to help workers adjust to future waves of automation
PwC identifies three waves of automation between now and the mid-2030s and how it will impact jobs across 29 countries including the US, UK, Singapore, Russia, China, and countries in eastern europe.
Feb 06, 2018 - News releases
1 million workers targeted in tech-reskilling drive
PwC is amongst the founding partners of the World Economic Forum's IT skills initiative addressing skills gap challenge arising from automation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Jan 23, 2018 - News releases
AI’s potential for the environment explored in new WEF/PwC study
Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for the Earth, published by PwC and the World Economic Forum examines how AI can be put to work for the planet’s greatest environmental challenges.
Workers facing up to completely retraining or reskilling to tackle technology’s impact on employment
Almost three quarters (74%) of people surveyed by PwC are ready to learn a new skill or completely retrain to keep themselves employable according to PwC's Workforce of the Future report.
Aug 03, 2017 - News releases
AI to drive GDP gains of $15.7 trillion with productivity, personalisation improvements
Analysis from PwC estimates that AI will drive additional GDP gains of $15.7trn in 2030, with productivity improvements expected to account for half of all gains.
Jun 27, 2017 - News releases-Points of view
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