The world of work in the era of AI: A threat to jobs and legislative issues?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) elicits both fascination and fear. According to a recent study published by the University of Pennsylvania in collaboration with Open Research and Open AI, approximately 80% of the workforce in the United States could see at least 10% of their tasks impacted by AI. These numbers highlight the potential magnitude of changes that AI could bring to the job market.

Rural Women: The Disproportionate Impact of Poverty Worldwide and in the Arab Region

A rural woman, residing and working in rural areas, often relies on natural resources and agriculture for her livelihood and income. She can be a farmer, entrepreneur, or agricultural worker, both in formal and informal ways, sometimes juggling both. She is involved in various tasks related to the production, processing, and sale of agricultural products, especially food items.