Explained: Why Jodhpur Should Address Workers Insecurity in the Age of AI?

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The 1st Employment Working Group Meeting under India’s G20 Presidency is being organized at Jodhpur (Rajasthan) wherein issue of addressing worker’s insecurity in the age of Artificial Intelligence must be discussed.

Chandigarh (ABC Live): In year 2022, the presidency of G20, a group of world's largest economies, including both industrialised and developing nations was handed to India.

ABC Research team is keeping close watch on all events of India’s G20 Presidency will publish a research report after New Delhi G20 summit 2023.

Before reporting on India’s G20 Presidency of G20, ABC Team working on India’s G20 Presidency refers an article written by Antonius Galih Prasetyo and Maria Dika Puspita on official website on the Global Solutions Initiative titled “Addressing Worker’s Insecurity in the Age of Digitalization” for our readers with sole aim to make them understand on G20 views on nature of employment in age of Artificial Intelligence.

It is pertinent to described here that 1st Employment Working Group Meeting under India’s G20 Presidency is being organized at Jodhpur (Rajasthan) from 2/02/2023 to 04/02/2023, wherein issue of addressing worker’s insecurity in the age of Artificial Intelligence must be discussed.

The conclusion of above stated article published by the Global Solutions Initiative says;

Digital technology revolution brings about vulnerability to the mass of workers in two respects.

First, the prevalence of precarious working conditions exacerbated by technology in many parts of the world. Second, the threat of human workers’ obsolescence due to the introduction of technology in the workplace. To address these problems, the following recommendations are proposed to the G20 and the member states:

First, securing the rights of all workers to decent work by giving adequate monetary and social compensation. This basic appeal can be complemented with more progressive measures such as providing unemployment benefits, instituting practices of workplace democracy, Universal Basic Income, and Universal Basic Services. Moreover, governments need to collect a database of workers in precarious conditions to get a clear picture of the problem and give benefits to the entitled parties.

Second, creating the ecosystem of continuous upskilling and reskilling for workers. Tackling this challenge can be taken into a multitude of actions: expanding access to technology, adopting freedom and connectivism in learning schemes, enlarging the flexibility to work between public and private sector, and building humanist and inclusive digital literacy.

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