Generative AI and Jobs: A global analysis of potential effects on job quantity and quality

March 20
4:00 pm
 – 5:30 pm

Our new webinar series “AI & Work”, curated by the International Labour Union (ILO), a United Nations agency, kicks off with a presentation of a global ILO study which analyses the potential exposure of occupations and tasks to Generative AI, and the possible implications of such exposure for job quantity and quality. It estimates task-level scores and then models potential employment effects at the global level as well as by country income group, highlighting the profile of those most affected. The study finds that clerical work is highly exposed to the technology and at risk of automation. Managers, professionals and associate professionals, are likely to see their jobs transformed as only some tasks can be automated. Nevertheless, these positions will transform, with likely consequences for job quality.  The study discusses the different policy options to address these challenges. 

This live event includes a 30-minute networking event hosted on the AI for Good Neural Network. This is your opportunity to ask questions, interact with the panelists and participants and build connections with the AI for Good community.


  • Janine Berg
    Senior Economist
    International Labour Organization (ILO)

  • Pawel Gmyrek
    Senior Researcher
    International Labour Organization (ILO)


  • Reinhard Scholl
    Programme Chair, AI for Good Former Deputy Director, TSB,
    International Telecommunication Union (ITU)