The Link Between Artificial Intelligence Jobs and Well-Being

Burcin Ikiz

Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

Oct 12, 2020

A recent study from the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence challenged the public notion that AI will be bad for social welfare. In fact, the study found a relationship between AI-related jobs and economic growth which, in turn, improves the well-being of society. Indeed, the study revealed that AI-related job growth was positively associated with improved states of being, especially in physical, social, and financial ways.

Join us.

To stay informed about the ways in which AI and new technologies is affecting you and your community, sign up for our newsletter. Now is the time to keep updated on AI and new technologies in the interest of our communities.


World Economic Forum
National Urgan League
Hispanic Federation
National Fair Housing Alliance
Black in AI
Queer in AI
Latinx in AI
Women in AI
Women in Machine Learning


Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

We are proud to be sponsored by some of the world's leaders in AI and AI-related fields. These organizations are drawing the maps for an unknown world. By recognizing the need to engage communities of color, these partners are ensuring a more equitable AI future for everyone.

Become a Sponsor