Artificial intelligence could simultaneously reduce health and safety risks and create new dangers, says Dr Iván Williams.
There’s no question that we are in a rapidly transforming world of work. We know these transformations will open new opportunities for business innovation and workers’ employability prospects, but they can also be disruptive to the rules that have applied to traditional working conditions.
Technology is expected to facilitate the creation of new markets and new jobs and drastically change traditional sectors such as retail, health, education and energy.
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