Artificial intelligence, labour relations and law: influence and interaction

Publication type Article
Status Published
Affiliation: Lobachevsky Nizhny Novgorod state University
Address: Russian Federation, Nizhny Novgorod
Journal nameGosudarstvo i pravo
EditionIssue 11

The speed of implementation of artificial intelligence systems in production has given rise to problems in the regulation of new processes within the framework of existing labour relations. In addition, there is a need to regulate changes in the sphere of labour. These changes relate to the replacement of workers for robotics, which can increase productivity and reduce employer costs. The impact of technologies on the law governing relations in the field of labour, and the reverse influence of the law on the further development of technologies is of scientific interest. This is an extremely promising topic for research, which has both scientific value and practical value.

Keywordsartificial intelligence, robotics, artificial intelligence legal status, labour relations, labour market, workplace, employee, internet platforms
Publication date16.12.2019
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