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IBA calls robot revolution a legal minefield

According to new research by the International Bar Association (IBA), which suggests that a third of graduate-level jobs around the world may eventually be replaced by machines or software, artificial intelligence could impact on longstanding working practices, force governments to legislate for quotas of human workers, and cause issues when insuring driverless cars. Gerlind Wisskirchen, vice-chair of the IBA's Global Employment Institute, states that the legislation once in place to protect the rights of human workers may be no longer fit for purpose.
Category: Information Technology Keyword(s): Artificial intelligence; Employment. Area(s) of law: Employment; Technology and Information.
Source: Guardian.

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