AI for fundamental Rights at Work: Is the EC's Proposal on a European Approach to AI Up to It?, 10 June 2021

Dr Phoebe V Moore, Assoc Prof of the Futures of Work (University of Leicester School of Business)
AI for fundamental Rights at Work: Is the EC's Proposal on a European Approach to AI Up to It?, 10 June 2021

AI for fundamental Rights at Work

Dr Moore will present a research paper on ‘Theorising Occupational and Subjective AI’.

AI fundamental Rights at Work: Is the EC's Proposal on a European Approach to AI Up to It? is organized and chaired by Vincenzo Pietrogiovanni, Lund University and contains two sessions, one on ‘A European Approach to AI’, and one called ‘AI, Labour Law and the Proposal’. The event is intended to open debates on the recent European Commission draft regulation on AI.

Dr Moore’s thesis for her research presentation involves an investigation of machinic subjection seen in transformations in human computer [employment] interaction. Human resource professionals and management are integrating innovative technologies into workplace/space decision-making via ‘people analytics’, and Dr Moore asks to what extent these processes can be meaningfully regulated given the tensions in concepts such as consent, inference, function creep, inviolability and command as well as evidence of misuse and discrimination already emerging.

Details

Open to: All

Date and time: 10 June 14.00–18.00

Venue: Online

Registration: Participation is free of charge. Register now

Contact: For more information please contact Dr Phoebe Moore

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