250,000 public-sector jobs at risk from AI over the next 13 years

Carly Page
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The drains are blocked again? I'll send round our finest robot to investigate
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The drains are blocked again? I'll send round our finest robot to investigate

Total at risk still only accounts for about 2.5 per cent of all public sector jobs in the UK

As many as 250,000 public sector jobs are at risk from the rise of artificial intelligence over the next 13 years, according to a report from politcal think-tank Reform. It claims the the "growi...

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