IBA Global Employment Institute
The IBA Global Employment Institute (GEI) was formed in early 2010 for the purpose of developing a global and strategic approach to the main legal issues regarding human resources for multinationals and worldwide institutions. In addition to regularly updating existing reports, the advisory board publishes new reports concerning current legal issues every year.
This year, the advisory board presents its first report on ‘Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Their Impact on the Workplace’. The Working Group, coordinated by GEI Vice-Chair for Multinationals Gerlind Wisskirchen, focuses on future trends concerning the impact of intelligent systems on the labour market (Parts A and B) and some corresponding legal problems (Parts C to J).
Artificial intelligence (AI) will have a fundamental impact on the global labour market in the next few years. Therefore, the authors discuss legal, economic and business issues, such as changes in the future labour market and in company structures, impact on working time, remuneration and on the working environment, new forms of employment and the impact on labour relations.
Will intelligent algorithms and production robots lead to mass unemployment? By way of some examples, the authors show how AI will change the world of work fundamentally. In addition to companies, employees, lawyers and society, educational systems and legislators are also facing the task of meeting the new challenges that result from constantly advancing technology.
Please note that it is not the intention or purpose of the IBA Global Employment Institute’s report to describe the law on any particular topic; its aim is to illustrate certain changes and trends on the future labour market. References to a particular law are neither intended to be a description or summary of that law nor should they be relied upon as a statement of the law or treated as legal advice. Before taking any action, readers should obtain appropriate legal advice.
You can reach all of the report from this link:
For Citation :
"Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Their Impact on the Workplace"
Hukuk & Robotik, Monday December 25th, 2017