ADB has formed a partnership with APRU in the field of aging, technology, and their impact on an aging the labor market with a view to better understand the link between technology and the opportunity to maximise the benefits of longevity.
Find an APRU-ADB meeting of technology and aging workforce here.
Read a relevant report, Tapping Technology to Maximize the Longevity Dividend in Asia, here.
AEWorking Paper commissioned by the Australian Government to inform the APEC project to develop a labour mobility framework/ cooperation across the Asia-Pacific region. The overview paper was developed by experts from the APRU Population Aging Program, exploring the role of demographic change on labour force and economic growth in APEC.
Digital automation is transforming the world with unprecedented scope and speed, and its impact is compelling. This report highlights the impact of AI technology has on Asia Pacific’s workforce. It also outlines policy recommendations to leaders of higher education, government, and industry.
The Regulating AI: Debating Approaches and Perspectives from Asia and Europe webinar series was created to open an exchange discussing emerging approaches to the relation of artificial intelligence (AI) in different parts of the world.
This synthesis report provides an overview of the webinar series and key considerations of each session.
Find out more about Regulating AI at https://www.apru.org/our-work/pacific-rim-challenges/regulating-ai/.
Find out more about the paper and its related projects at https://www.apru.org/our-work/pacific-rim-challenges/digital-economy/.
This report is based on realities and experiences from Asia and the Pacific, and provides various perspectives on what AI for social good may look like in this region. More importantly, the report offers suggestions from the research community on how policymakers can encourage, use, and regulate AI for social good.
For more information about the project, please visit the webpage, AI for Social Good.
View the report in sections:
- Contents and forewords
- Philosophical point of view for social implementation (chapter 1-3)
- Institutional and technological design development through use of case based discussion (chapter 4-6)
- How to expand the capacity of AI to build better society (chapter 7 & 8)
- Bios of authors and acknowledgement
For more information about the Transformation of Work in the 21st Century in Asia Pacific Project, please visit https://apru.org/our-work/pacific-rim-challenges/digital-economy/transformation-of-work/.
To view a news article about the conference, please visit here.