CLAIRE MCCARTHY: Shifting the fundamental ownership dynamic in our economy is a prerequisite to achieving an economy in which technology is a friend not an enemy of the worker.
NORMAN PICKAVANCE: Artificial intelligence and robotics will impact work in different ways and each will require a different strategic policy response.
In a speech at the Community conference in Liverpool today, Yvette Cooper MP will present the emerging findings of the Commission on Workers and Technology.
CARYS ROBERTS: There are ways to ensure we create an automated future that narrows – rather than widens – gender inequalities.
TOM WATSON MP: As technology causes significant disruption in the world of work, how do we protect and promote autonomy in the age of automation?
IVANA BARTOLETTI: Artificial intelligence is reshaping our lives and it has the potential to change the way we work too. Redefining labour in the age of AI will mean rethinking the role of workers too.