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Effect of Artificial Intelligence on the Labour Laws and its Systems

Author: Rana Prithvi R, Student, Tamil Nadu National Law University, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract

As we live in an ever-changing or dynamic technological world, the growth of Artificial Intelligence has had its share of such trends. Today as most of our lives are in a way connected with automation, this research will concentrate upon the growth of Artificial Intelligence in field of physical labour and to workplaces where automation is expected to be high in the near future. Artificial Intelligence is almost sure to revolutionize the labour industry which will surely lead to a cut of jobs. It is in this context, this research will be carried forward with a view on upcoming trends in labour market. For e.g. A recent automation in the restaurant industry was witnessed in Chennai when a completely automatized robot took care to serve the food and take orders. As slowly, this can creep into other sectors also especially the IT and certain small sectors (accounting, cleaning etc), the research will throw light upon its impact and rights of labours. At these stakes, the researcher tries to bring upon the hard hit effect upon these sectors. The objective of the research will be to bring out the impact of A.I in the labour market. Since there is no legal framework to regulate the level of automation in an industry, the research looks upon the effects of such automation and the level of job employment opportunities in the near future.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, IT, Industries, Robots, Labour laws.

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