James Davies of Lewis Silkin LLP comments on the impact of Artificial Intelligence, robotics and technology on work in a response to a new report from the International Bar Association.
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How are we thinking about who does what work, where? How are we recruiting the right people into the right areas of our national business? How can we retain the talent and knowledge we desperately need? Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections considers these questions and discusses the idea of a national workforce strategy.
Technology developments and rapid technological change will affect the workplace of the future. But will it change the way employers approach line management and organisational change? Mark Beatson, Chief Economist at the CIPD, explores the issues and brings out the themes discussed by attendees at the inaugural futureofworkhub event.
Advancing and emerging technologies will have a significant impact on the world of work in the future as more and more jobs become vulnerable to computerisation and automation. The increased use of robotics and artificial intelligence could have huge legal implications for employers. Lewis Silkin explores some of those implications.
What will be the impact of technology in the future of work? Technological developments are coming at an increasing rate, creating new markets, new jobs and new opportunities to work, whilst simultaneously threatening other jobs and industries. This Lewis Silkin piece comments on the issues.