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Conceptualizing predictive conceptual model for unemployment rates in the implementation of Industry 4.0: Exploring machine learning techniques

Review Article (Published On: 26-May-2024 )
Conceptualizing predictive conceptual model for unemployment rates in the implementation of Industry 4.0: Exploring machine learning techniques

Joshua Chukwuere

Adv. Artif. Intell. Mach. Learn., 4 (2):2213-2232

Joshua Chukwuere : North-West University

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Article History: Received on: 25-Mar-24, Accepted on: 19-May-24, Published on: 26-May-24

Corresponding Author: Joshua Chukwuere

Email: joshchukwuere@gmail.com

Citation: Joshua Ebere Chukwuere, Krishnan Umachandran (2024). Conceptualizing predictive conceptual model for unemployment rates in the implementation of Industry 4.0: Exploring machine learning techniques. Adv. Artif. Intell. Mach. Learn., 4 (2 ):2213-2232


Abstract

    

The advantages of utilizing machine learning to generate predictive models for unemployment rates in developing nations amid the implementation of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) are noteworthy. This research delves into the concept of utilizing machine learning techniques through a predictive conceptual model to understand and address factors that contribute to unemployment rates in developing nations during the implementation of I4.0. A thorough examination of the literature was carried out through a literature review to determine the economic and social factors that have an impact on the unemployment rates in developing nations. The examination of the literature uncovered that considerable influence on unemployment rates in developing nations is attributed to elements such as economic growth, inflation, population increase, education levels, and technological progress. A predictive conceptual model was developed that indicates factors that contribute to unemployment in developing nations can be addressed by using techniques of machine learning like regression analysis and neural networks when adopting I4.0. The study's findings demonstrated the effectiveness of the proposed predictive conceptual model in accurately understanding and addressing unemployment rate factors within developing nations when deploying I4.0. The model serves a dual purpose of predicting future unemployment rates and tracking the advancement of reducing unemployment rates in emerging economies. By persistently conducting research and improvements, decision-makers and enterprises can employ these patterns to arrive at more knowledgeable judgments that can advance the growth of the economy, generation of employment, and alleviation of poverty specifically in emerging nations.


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