McInnes Cooper's Michael Murphy in workplace.ca | Replicants Wanted: Six Implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) @ Work
January 10, 2018
By Michael Murphy, at McInnes Cooper
Unless you live in 1982 , you know the world and the workplace of 2049 is practically already here – and science fiction is becoming reality. There’s much uncertainty about how artificial intelligence (AI) and other 4th generation technology will change our society and our workplaces. Governments have historically been ill-equipped to respond quickly to changing technologies with updated laws. Employers won’t have that luxury: they must start planning now for the workplace impacts of AI and other developing technologies – many of which raise more questions than answers. In his article, Replicants Wanted: Six Implications of AI @Work (PDF), as published by workplace.ca (a division of The Professional Institute of Management), McInnes Cooper Labour & Employment Lawyer Michael Murphy identifies six of the workplace areas that AI will affect and the implications employers need to think about now.
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