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Future-proofing AI: regulation for innovation, human rights and societal progress

How can AI be regulated so that it enhances innovation and competitive power, that it is future-proof, protects fundamental human rights, and brings forward societal benefits? This is the task the European Union set itself to accomplish with the introduction of the AI Act, which was approved by the European Parliament on 14 June. Establishing […]

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Future of work: between global, digital, local and green

The analysis of the future of work is sandwiched between two megatrends. On the one hand, there is the renewed hyper-globalisation in the services sector, reinforced by progress in digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence, and on the other hand, there is a relocation of production and services linked to the imperative of the green transformation. Two […]

Politics at work in a time of Zeitenwende

How can the European centre-left advance an agenda based on industrial policy, social partnership and the integration of the labour interest into the apparatus of the state? Thoughts from a roundtable in London.  The future of work is often treated as principally a question of technology. The impression is given that we find ourselves in […]