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May 23, 2023, 6:30 PM

White House Examines Worker Surveillance, AI Ahead of Rules Push

Justin Sink
Justin Sink
Bloomberg News

The White House is hosting a forum for workers whose employers use automated systems to monitor them, and plans a broader effort to ask Americans what priorities the government should pursue regarding artificial intelligence as President Joe Biden weighs new regulations on emerging workplace technologies.

The meeting with White House officials on Tuesday will feature employees from call centers, warehouses, health care, gig work and the trucking industry, as the administration seeks to better understand how companies deploy automated technology for worker surveillance.

Companies including Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc. have come under criticism from labor groups who say ...

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