Inside Tech Law Talks - Changes to employee work patterns in a brave new world
October 07, 2020
In the most recent video of our Inside Tech Law Talks series Paul Griffin discusses the recent changes to employee working patterns in light of COVID-19, and the long-term effects of the pandemic on employee work patterns and businesses.
Artificial Intelligence and the future of work
June 20, 2018
AI’s impact on the workplace is contingent on many variables - the level of employees’ education and training, the cost of the technology, its adoption rate, regulation, ethics and how far AI creates new jobs.
It’s still about the people: How technology and corporate culture shape each other
May 29, 2018
In most cases the rate of success for technology implementation is defined by the degree of compatibility between the technology and 'the way we do things around here'.
Artificial intelligence and the workplace in Germany
May 23, 2018
A fundamental digital shift affects all hierarchy levels in the working environment and therefore requires a critical review of roles, functions, hierarchies and values in the corporations.
Artificial Intelligence: The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the need for improved employee representation in the Netherlands
April 04, 2018
Rapid technology changes, such as AI and autonomous vehicles, are affecting most business models. The key question for employees and employers is how better to anticipate the changes to the labour market.
Will artificial intelligence need human rights training?
March 20, 2018
The Financial Post interviews Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP’s patent and trademark lawyer Maya Medeiros on Artificial Intelligence’s discriminatory biases.
AI and the future of work - Prime Minister puts Modern Industrial Strategy at the centre of the Government's agenda
February 06, 2018
The UK Government plans to develop a Modern Industrial Strategy to best harness the huge potential of the technological advances in AI.
New research on the use of an AI “gaydar” raises legal as well as ethical questions
September 21, 2017
We look at a recent article from the Guardian.