Building Union Power to Rein in the AI Boss

As workplaces become more reliant on technology, algorithmic management systems are being used for everything from hiring and training to scheduling and performance evaluations, as well as growing task automation, with jobs once performed by humans now run by AI—no matter how unintelligent. Such have massive consequences for workers and workers' rights.

This article published at the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), is part of the Making Tech Work for Workers Series sponsored by the Ford Foundation. Jointly authored by Christina J. Colclough of the Why Not Lab and Kate Lappin, PSI Regional Secretary for Asia & Pacific, the piece features how workers must build power towards achieving inclusive governance for digital justice.

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