Condividi:

Valuing labour in the age of AI

What?

AI could complement the productivity, value and skill of human workers, and relieve them from tedious and dangerous tasks. But this will not happen automatically. In fact, till now, the computer revolution has seen a decline in bargaining power of labour, increasing job precariousness, and pressure on labour and fundamental rights, from collective bargaining, to data protection and fair treatment in the workplace.

The first panel will look at the bigger picture. How can the EU ensure that AI will complement human labour, and avoid aggravating inequalities (regional, skills-biased, income)? What role can collective bargaining and social partners play? To what extent should regulation of AI address these issues?

The second panel will look at AI in the workplace. With the covid-19 pandemic, the use of algorithmic management and digital surveillance of workers is accelerating. What are the risks, in terms of worker autonomy, equal treatment and collective rights? Do we need policy to accompany this transition?

Join us and follow the event via live streaming at https://socialistsanddemocrats.eu/

The full programme is attached below.

Galleria multimediale

Documenti correlati

Programme - Valuing labour in the age of AI

Valuing labour in the age of AI : The speakers' bios

Eurodeputati coinvolti

GARCÍA PÉREZ Iratxe

GARCÍA PÉREZ Iratxe

Presidente
Spagna
GARCÍA DEL BLANCO Ibán

GARCÍA DEL BLANCO Ibán

Coordinatore
Spagna
WÖLKEN Tiemo

WÖLKEN Tiemo

Coordinatore
Germania
BENIFEI Brando

BENIFEI Brando

Head of delegation
Membro
Italia
KUMPULA-NATRI Miapetra

KUMPULA-NATRI Miapetra

Head of delegation
Membro
Finlandia

Contatti stampa S&D

Chiru Dana

CHIRU Dana

Press Officer
Romania

Notizie correlate

Comunicati stampa

S&D: no al Grande Fratello in Europa. Le regole sull’AI devono difendere la vita privata e i dati dei cittadini

Comunicati stampa

S&D: abbiamo una Strategia in materia di dati, al servizio delle persone

Comunicati stampa

S&D: l’inquinamento dell’aria causa più di 400.000 morti l’anno. Servono nuovi standard e legislazioni Ue