Work in the social sciences on algorithmic systems can inform how unions address their impact on the power balance between workers and employers.
The one sure way not to forecast the impact of artificial-intelligence technologies is technological determinism.
Globalisation, digitalisation, artificial intelligence—it’s time to stop debating work in a fear-laden way.
Artificial intelligence will drastically transform the economy and the workplace. Which skills will be required and is training the all-encompassing solution?
Artificial intelligence should assist human work, rather than be a rival to it, and ‘good work by design’ should be the guiding principle of its introduction.
Artificial intelligence is often associated with prophecies of job destruction. Yet an army of workers in the global south is being pressed into action.
As AI enters the workplace, we need to reflect upon the criteria by which human work is evaluated and human subjectivity depicted.
Continuing our series on artificial intelligence, AI can augment human work—if workers’ representatives have a voice in implementing it.
Christian Kellermann and Mareike Winkler open a Social Europe series on artificial intelligence, arguing that regulation will be needed to ensure prosperity for all.