Artificial intelligence and job quality


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Artificial intelligence and automation are increasing in role, and no industry is immune. From doctors to gig workers, advances in AI are becoming a key determinant of job quality. This week on The Sound of Economics, Giuseppe Porcaro is joined by Laura Nurski and Mia Hoffmann, to discuss how technology affects work, whether good or bad, and what should we take into consideration for the future?
This podcast was produced within the project “Future of Work and Inclusive Growth in Europe“, with the financial support of the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth.

Relevant Publications: | German Facebook probe links data protection and competition policy | Uber and the economic impact of sharing economy platforms | The economic value of personal data for online platforms, firms and consumers | The rise of the sharing economy in Indonesia | Is the European Union on course to become the big loser in the global tech race? | A practical arrangement for cooperation between digital economy regulators | Market power and artificial intelligence work on online labour markets | Technology: a product of unequal power? | Opening up digital platforms and reducing anticompetitive risks | Self-employment, COVID-19, and the future of work for knowledge workers | The effect of digitalization in the energy consumption of passenger transport: An analysis of future scenarios for Europe | Bridging the divide: new evidence about firms and digitalisation | Work Protection in the Digital Age: Towards a new social contract | In an era of digitalisation, the Single Market needs a software update | Breaking up big companies and market power concentration | How e-commerce reshapes markets and firms’ strategies | The industrial internet will transform policymaking | New EU net neutrality guidelines are a pragmatic next step | European e-commerce needs better visibility into cross-border delivery prices | E-commerce in Europe: parcel delivery prices in a digital single market | E-commerce: an opportunity for growth in Europe, for people and business | Better pensions for the European Union’s self-employed | An inclusive European Union must boost gig workers’ rights | Making antitrust work for, not against, gig workers and the self-employed | Which platforms will be caught by the Digital Markets Act? The ‘gatekeeper’ dilemma | Policies to support the self-employed in the labour markets of the future

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