Social Justice Ireland
Artificial Intelligence, ChatGPT and the future of work
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) conducted surveys of both employers and workers to understand the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the workplace. Here are some of the main findings from the surveys:
Increased productivity: Employers reported that AI has helped to increase productivity in their organizations. The majority of employers (nearly 70%) reported that AI has led to moderate or significant productivity gains.
New types of jobs: While AI is expected to automate some jobs, it is also creating new types of jobs. Over 50% of employers reported that AI has led to the creation of new job categories in their organizations.
World Happiness Report 2023
IPCC Synthesis Report - immediate and radical climate mitigation measures required
GIVING A VOICE TO THOSE WHO DON’T HAVE A VOICE
When you support Social Justice Ireland, you are tackling the causes of problems.
National Action Plan Against Racism must be resourced
Green budgeting a priority to measuring progress to 2030 targets
Ireland faces some critical decisions on climate mitigation and investment in the next seven years. The significant investments and policy change required to meet out national and international…
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
“True generosity consists precisely in fighting to destroy the causes which nourish false charity.”
Migration and Saint Patrick
No Pathway to Work - 40% increase in Working Poor
Ireland's biodiversity decline continues
The Plant Atlas 2020 presents the findings of twenty years of research on Irish flora. The findings are stark and mirror the worrying trend of ongoing biodiversity decline in Ireland. …
Vacancy: Chief Executive Officer
Social Justice Ireland is seeking to recruit a Chief Executive Officer to lead and develop the organisation.
Reporting to the Chairperson of the Board of Social Justice Ireland…