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Iraklis-Alexandros Vogiatzis

Ph.D. candidate at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science NKUA, IKY scholarship. Research field: Digital Labor

Title of Paper:
“Will machines steal our jobs?”: artificial intelligence and new forms of labor

Subdisciplinary Area: Digital Labor

Keywords: labor, microwork, platforms

Abstract: In the last few years, major concerns have emerged about artificial intelligence and its impact on employment. As expert systems evolve, the fears about the expulsion of humans from production increase. In this communication, I will challenge this perception by exploring new technologies that combine computing with human intelligence and I will focus on new forms of labor that take place in microworking platforms. New techniques of human-based computation and algorithmic management of labor function both as a security and as a training process that promote the automation of production through AI. The creation of new human-machine hybrids, though, raises important sociological and philosophical questions.

Iraklis-Alexandros Vogiatzis

Me And AI Applied philosophy research lab Hellenic Republic
The first interdisciplinary conference on Artificial and Augmented Intelligence, organized by the Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, with the joint effort of the Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Society. The objective of the conference is to highlight issues related to the Ethical, Legal, Political, Social and Financial aspects of the implementation of cutting-edge intelligence technologies in everyday life.
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