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A European Forum dedicated to AI and the world of work

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The European Employment and Social Rights Forum 2023, which took place on 16 and 17 November (in Brussels and online), aimed to explore the potential of AI to create a world where no one is left behind and where technological advances do not compromise workers’ rights.

It was an opportunity to discuss new legislation, such as the proposed Platform Work Directive and the first EU regulation on AI, to stimulate innovation while protecting workers from any negative aspects of technology.

More than 70 speakers – European and national policy-makers, business leaders, social partners and academics – contributed to the Forum. They agreed on the importance of “not fighting technological progress, but establishing clear rules and helping workers to adapt to change”.

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