Artificial Intelligence and work: a critical review of recent research from the social sciences
Jean-Philippe Deranty and
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This review seeks to present a comprehensive picture of recent discussions in the social sciences of the anticipated impact of AI on the world of work. Issues covered include technological unemployment, algorithmic management, platform work an the politics of AI work. The review identifies the major disciplinary and methodological perspectives on AI's impact on work, and the obstacles they face in making predictions. Two parameters influencing the development and deployment of AI in the economy are highlighted, the capitalist imperative and nationalistic pressures.
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