BY BRYCE BASCHUK AND BLOOMBERG
Global labor markets are poised for a new era of turbulence as technologies like artificial intelligence accelerate the decline of clerical work, while simultaneously increasing demand for technology and cybersecurity specialists.
Over the next five years, nearly a quarter of all jobs will change as a result of AI, digitization and other economic developments like the green energy transition and supply chain re-shoring, according to a report published by the World Economic Forum in Geneva on Monday.
While the study expects AI to result in “significant labor-market disruption,” the net impact of most technologies will be positive over the next five years as big data analytics, management technologies and cybersecurity become the biggest drivers of employment growth.
5 YouTube channels to learn Web3 development
by ALICE IVEY | CoinTelegraph
Web3 development is an exciting field that is rapidly gaining popularity, thanks to the increasing adoption of blockchain technology. If you’re interested in learning about Web3 development, YouTube is an excellent resource to turn to. In this article, we’ll highlight five of the top YouTube channels that one can use to learn about Web3 development.
Apparel Group accelerates sustainability agenda
by Dr Francis Gaffney | Open Access Government
Leading retail and lifestyle conglomerate Apparel Group has unveiled fresh efforts to speed up its environmental mission. The group has been actively involved in aiding its local communities through philanthropy and social action. Since 2010, the group has focused more on the environment, realising how urgent it is to do something to improve the state of the climate.
Apparel Group recently made a commitment to the UAE government to reach net zero by 2050. Additionally, they joined the UACA alliance to benefit from best practises and peer expertise. A thorough carbon accounting of the company’s operations, which will set a baseline and submit targets to SBTi, is the company’s objective.
🌙 NASA - Best Photo from Last Week
Hubble Captures an Elusive Galaxy Cluster
A menagerie of interesting astronomical finds are visible in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. In addition to several large elliptical galaxies, a ring-shaped galaxy is lurking on the right of the image. A pair of bright stars are also visible at the left of the image, notable for their colorful crisscrossing diffraction spikes. This collection of astronomical curiosities is the galaxy cluster ACO S520, located in the constellation Pictor and captured by Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys.
ACO S520 represents one of a series of Hubble observations searching for massive, luminous galaxy clusters that had not been captured by earlier surveys. Astronomers took advantage of occasional gaps in Hubble's busy schedule to capture images of these barely explored galaxy clusters, revealing a wealth of interesting targets for further study with Hubble and the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope.
Galaxy clusters are among the largest known objects in the universe. Studying these objects can provide insights into the distribution of dark matter, the mysterious substance that makes up most of the mass of a galaxy cluster.
Text credit: European Space Agency (ESA)
Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, H. Ebeling
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
Last Updated: Apr 28, 2023
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