Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki
im. Alcide De Gasperi
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Development of artificial intelligence and his impact on right to work
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University of Warsaw, Institute of Jurisprudence
The purpose of this article is to discuss the influence of artificial intelligence, which currently is developing rapidly, on the law, in particular on the labor law which is one of human social law and human rights. It is clear that, fourth industrial revolution will change lives of societies as well as previous revolutions. To this end a review of the literature in this area and the latest legal solutions that appear on labor market was carried out. The conclusion comes from this analysis that artificial intelligence will effect on labor market – relation between employers and employees, as well as their privacy and monitor them. It also will influence on hiring and dismissing employees. The main question is how to create law with respect for new technical solutions and human dignity, according to international law and human rights. What consequences artificial intelligence will bring with ?
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