Berlin from 19 to 20 June 2023 (Submission Deadline: 19 February 2023) The Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society (Berlin) is organizing its Fifth Annual Conference on the subject of ‘AI, Big Data, Social Media, and People on the Move’ and invites interested scholars to submit papers and abstracts for presentations. The conference will include…
16-17 June 2022, Berlin. The consortium of the INCODING project met at the WZB Social Science Centre Berlin to review the work done so far by each partner and discuss the next steps (e.g., the publication of a paper on the developments regarding the regulation of AI and its addressing in collective bargaining processes). Interested…
Online event (June 28th, 2022). Leading academics from Germany and the US will present recent research results. The panelists will discuss the relationship between technological change, inequality and politics including what conditions must be met to benefit from the progress in automation technology, while avoiding its pitfalls. More info: https://idw-online.de/en/event71787
Online International Workshop (21st April 2022) Seminar organized by the University of Public Service and the Institute of the Information Society (Budapest) on the Knowledge Infrastructure in the Platform Economy: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Skills, and Creative Platform Work, in the framework of the INCODING project. More info: https://kipeconf.uni-nke.hu/
Online conference The ETUI and the Institute for Labour Law of the KU Leuven is organising a conference on the issue of collective bargaining and algorithmic management, taking place on 24 March 2022
Networked Production, AI and Human Labour Edited by Florian Butollo and Sabine Nuss
18 March 2022 The objective of the meeting is to briefly update on progress on some of the tasks we’re currently involved in the project and discuss next steps
21-22 October, Barcelona The kick-off meeting of the INCODING project was held in Barcelona, on the 21–22 oOctober 2021 and included presentations and discussions. The overall objectives were to review the dimensions of analysis in relation to algorithmic management and collective bargaining to implement the project and discussion of sectors (and their delimitation).