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Marengo, L. (2019). Is this time different? A note on automation and labour in the fourth industrial revolution. Journal Of Industrial And Business Economics, 46(3), 323 - 331.
Balsmeier, B., & Woerter, M.. (2019). Is this time different? How digitalization influences job creation and destruction. Research Policy, 48(8), 103765.
Pulkka, V. - V. (2019). “This time may be a little different” – exploring the Finnish view on the future of work. International Journal Of Sociology And Social Policy, 39(1/2), 22 - 37.
Dahya, R., & Morris, A.. (2019). Toward a conceptual framework for understanding AI action and legal reaction (Vol. 11489, pp. 453 - 459; M. - J. Meurs & Rudzicz, F., Eds.). In (Vol. 11489, pp. 453 - 459).
Frank, M. R., Autor, D., Bessen, J. E., Brynjolfsson, E., Cebrian, M., Deming, D. J., et al.. (2019). Toward understanding the impact of artificial intelligence on labor. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, 116, 6531–6539.
Herzenberg, S., & Alic, J.. (2019). Towards an AI economy that works for all. In Keystone Research Center Future of Work Project sponsored by The Heinz Endowments. Retrieved de
BUITEN, M. C. (2019). Towards intelligent regulation of Artificial Intelligence. European Journal Of Risk Regulation, 10(1), 41 - 59.
Androutsopoulou, A., Karacapilidis, N., Loukis, E., & Charalabidis, Y.. (2019). Transforming the communication between citizens and government through AI-guided chatbots. Government Information Quarterly, 36(2), 358 - 367.
Van Roy, V., Vértesy, D., & Vivarelli, M.. (2018). Technology and employment: Mass unemployment or job creation? Empirical evidence from European patenting firms. Research Policy, 47(9), 1762 - 1776.
Aggarwal, S. Chand. (2018). Technology, productivity and employment: an empirical analysis of indian industries. Journal Of Business Thought, 9, 1 - 10.
Eustace, S. (2018). Technology-induced bias in the theory of evidence-based medicine. Journal Of Evaluation In Clinical Practice, 24(5), 945 - 949.
Garcia-Murillo, M., MacInnes, I., & Bauer, J. M.. (2018). Techno-unemployment: A framework for assessing the effects of information and communication technologies on work. Telematics And Informatics, 35(7), 1863 - 1876.
Young, A. G., Young, A. G., & Kane, G. C.. (2018). Theorizing human and bot co - production effects on information quality. In Thirty - n inth International Conference on Information Systems,. Presented at the Thirty - n inth International Conference on Information Systems. Retrieved de
Lovergine, S., & Pellero, A.. (2018). This time it might be different: Analysis of the impact of digitalization on the labour market. European Scientific Journal Esj, 14(36).
Mlynar, J., Alavi, H. S., Verma, H., & Cantoni, L.. (2018). Towards a Sociological Conception of Artificial Intelligence. In Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). Presented at the Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).
Stoeckli, E., Uebernickel, F., & Brenner, W.. (2018). Towards an understanding of how chatbots create value (T. Bui, Tran.). In Hawaii International Conference on System SciencesProceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Presented at the Hawaii International Conference on System SciencesProceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Kitchin, R. (2017). Thinking critically about and researching algorithms. Information, Communication & Society, 20(1), 14 - 29.