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OSH, future of work and artificial intelligence

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On the theme of occupational safety and health (OSH) and the future of work, a new “discussion paper” published by EU-OSHA addresses the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence (AI) at work.

Human resources, cobots in factories and warehouses, chatbots in call centres or portable self-monitoring devices…, he addresses these different points before seeing what are the developments from a political, regulatory and training point of view.

In conclusion, it is not the AI technology itself that creates risks to the safety and health of workers, it is the way it is implemented, and it is up to all of us to ensure a smooth transition to greater integration of AI in the workplace.

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