Microsoft sets precedent, partnering with union to develop AI policy

Microsoft sets precedent, partnering with union to develop AI policy

Microsoft has partnered with the AFL-CIO — the largest US union group, representing 60 unions and 12.5 million workers — to explore how AI will impact workers amid growing concerns about job losses with the rising adoption of the technology.

The collaboration was formed to share in-depth information on AI technology trends with labor leaders and workers and obtain their perspective on the development of AI to help shape public policy that supports the technology skills and needs of frontline workers.

“By working directly with labor leaders, we can help ensure that AI serves the country’s workers,” said Brad Smith, vice chair and president of Microsoft, in a press release. Microsoft has invested $13 billion in OpenAI, the creator ChatGPT.

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​ Microsoft has partnered with the AFL-CIO — the largest US union group, representing 60 unions and 12.5 million workers — to explore how AI will impact workers amid growing concerns about job losses with the rising adoption of the technology.The collaboration was formed to share in-depth information on AI technology trends with labor leaders and workers and obtain their perspective on the development of AI to help shape public policy that supports the technology skills and needs of frontline workers.“By working directly with labor leaders, we can help ensure that AI serves the country’s workers,” said Brad Smith, vice chair and president of Microsoft, in a press release. Microsoft has invested $13 billion in OpenAI, the creator ChatGPT.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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