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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Labor Market in Bangladesh

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Future of labor market in Bangladesh; Impact of artificial intelligence on the labor market of Bangladesh

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Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is the collection of multiple technologies that allow machines to detect, understand, act, and learn either on their own or to augment human activities.

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Since the last decade, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a buzzword that has drawn the attention of researchers, academics, policymakers, business owners, and practitioners across the globe. AI is not a new term, rather it was first coined by John McCarthy, back in 1955 (Deowan 2020). However, of late, there has been remarkable progress and much development in its usage and applications (Stone et al. 2016). In fact, the wide application of AI technologies, automation, robotics, and machine learning is fueling the “fourth industrial revolution” and taking human civilization into a “digital age” or “machine age” (Islam 2018; Bari 2021).

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Ehsan, S.M.A. (2021). Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Labor Market in Bangladesh. In: Farazmand, A. (eds) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5_4359-1

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