It is impossible to say whether workers having a seat at the table on AI this year will be enough to make a difference in the industry. Much depends on the extent to which their voices are heard and respected. AI is a rapidly evolving technology with far-reaching implications, making it essential to ensure that all perspectives, including those from workers, are incorporated into the decision-making process. With the right attention and inclusion, workers may be able to have a real say in the future development and application of AI, but they will need to ensure that their participation is continuous and meaningful.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said it is “premature” to be discussing the possibility of cutting interest rates following the Wednesday announcement of the March rate hike. Powell noted that future rate hikes are both possible and “appropriate” depending on the incoming economic data. The central bank currently has a federal funds rate target range […]
The parent company of Anheuser-Busch, AB InBev, has announced that its top U.S. marketing executive, Jorn Socquet, will be departing the company after its March-quarter sales report showed a double-digit decline in Bud Light sales. Socquet, who joined the company in 2011, had overseen the global Budweiser and Bud Light brands as well as AB […]
automakers. Auto workers typically go on strike when they feel they are not being fairly compensated or are facing unsafe working conditions. Strikes are also used as a form of protest when companies are suspected of violating labor laws or unions feel their bargaining rights are being infringed upon.