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AI, gig jobs, employment, regulation and ethics in a global economy: International symposium

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AI, gig jobs, employment, regulation and ethics in a global economy: International symposium

April 9

 

The Monash University Centre for Global Business is conducting a one-day international symposium in Melbourne on Thursday 11 April. The event is a collaboration with the Renmin University of China and the Australian HR Institute. The venue is AHRI, Level 4, 575 Bourke Street, Melbourne.

 

Speakers include:

 

·       Prof Michael Brooks, Hertfordshire Business School, UK 

·       Prof Ariadne Vromen, University of Sydney

·       Prof Michelle Welsh, Ethical Regulation Research Group

·       Prof Geoffrey Wood, University of Sussex, UK

·       Dr Catrina Denvir, Monash University

·       Prof Peter Turnbull, University of Bristol, UK

·       Tim Lyons, Per Capita

·       Prof Fang Lee Cooke, Monash Business School

·       Prof Weiguo Yang, Renmin University China

·       Prof Greg Bamber, Monash Business School

 

Topics include:

 

·       Consumers and work in the gig economy: Dead end or high road?

·       From robo-resistance to robo-lawyer: the impact of digital transformation on the legal profession

·       What is the organising potential of AI for workers and unions?

·       Digitisation and decent work

·       The menace of an open market in a digital age: capital and labour mobility in the European Union

·       Events beyond existing experiences and the firm

 

The full program is accessible here

 

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Contacts for further enquiries:

 

Paul Begley paul.begley@ahri.com.au   T: 03 9918 9232    M: 0402 897 884

Professor Greg Bamber  greg_bamber@yahoo.com.au   M: 0418 875 474

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