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ACTU: imposing union control over AI?

5 June 2024

11:34 PM

5 June 2024

11:34 PM

The ACTU apparently perceives AI as a ‘very big threat’ to workers, yet simultaneously aims to leverage it for higher pay and shorter hours for employees.

They want a charter of rights for workers to manage the use of AI, robotics, and automation in general. Additionally, they demand the right to reject AI for certain applications, including medical decision-making, in the ‘public interest’.

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