What lies behind Uber's promise of free, unsupervised, and autonomous driving experience
Zoom, 14h-15h (CEST)

AI Talks @ ETUI is a series of inspiring (online) conversations which focus on the different dimensions of AI - ethical, social, environmental, legal, technological - and their impact on the world of work.

Top experts from academia, civil society and online rights organizations, among others, will share their insights and knowledge about artificial intelligence, building a 360° view of how AI is disrupting and reshaping the world we live in.

Guest speaker: Rabih Jamillecturer in labour studies and organizations

Rabih Jamil is a lecturer in the sociology of work and organization. He has been conducting ethnographic fieldwork among Uber drivers for more than 5 years. He is affiliated with GIREPS, a Montreal-based research group on employment, poverty, and social protection. His research interests focus on the transformation of work, digital capitalism, surveillance technologies, and workers' self-organizing practices. Rabih has more than 15 years of professional research experience in the areas of socio-economic development, refugee economic integration, and the organizing of informal workers.

Moderator: Aida Ponce Del Castillo, Senior researcher @ ETUI