What are some of the shortcomings of the New York City Council mandate for all AI-driven recruitment tools to be audited for bias?
This month we were delighted to be joined by a panel of experts to explore how algorithmic impact assessments (AIAs) are gaining traction
This week we were delighted to officially launch the Pissarides Review into the Future of Work and Wellbeing
The Institute for the Future of Work has responded to the Ministry of Justice’s proposal to reform the Human Rights Act
Last month we published the latest edition of the Good Work Time Series, which tracks trends in good work across local authorities
Read a new guide on technology agreements developed with Community to shape the way technology is used at work.
Today’s legal case of R and TfL v Uber adds to investment and recruitment pressure on platforms to develop more sustainable business models.
This policy paper proposes algorithmic impact assessments as a systematic framework of accountability for algorithmic decison making.
This month we’ve supported the APPG on the Future of Work’s final report for the inquiry into the New Frontier: AI at work.
The APPG for the Future of Work today launched a new report into The New Frontier: Artificial intelligence at work.
October has been a busy month for us, with a Strategic Review underway, the Pissarides Review into Work and Wellbeing building momentum