Improving Working Conditions Using Artificial Intelligence

Published in: European Parliament Think Tank website (June 2021). doi: 10.2861/279033

Posted on RAND.org on June 08, 2021

by Advait Deshpande, Natalie Picken, Linda Kunertova, Annemari de Silva, Giulia Lanfredi, Joanna Hofman

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The analysis considers evidence on the expected impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on jobs, discusses the potential of AI to create decent jobs and explores the extent to which AI offers opportunities and poses risks to working conditions. The analysis examines current policies at the European Union (EU) and Member State level and recommends some areas for action at the EU level.

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