Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Law Foundation (2021)

James Maclaurin
University of Otago
Alistair Knott
University of Otago
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a diverse technology. It is already having significant effects on many jobs and sectors of the economy and over the next ten to twenty years it will drive profound changes in the way New Zealanders live and work. Within the workplace AI will have three dominant effects. This report (funded by the New Zealand Law Foundation) addresses: Chapter 1 Defining the Technology of Interest; Chapter 2 The changing nature and value of work; Chapter 3 AI and the employment relationship; Chapter 4 Consumers, professions and society. The report includes recommendations to the New Zealand Government.
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