Domenique Camacho Moran Quoted in Wall Street Journal: Dancing Pods, Dodging Forklifts: How Companies Are Using AI to Make Work Safer
September 06, 2023
Businesses are turning to AI powered tools to prevent injuries although some workers are expressing their reservations. Domenique Moran was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article on what to consider when companies use AI in the workplace.
Still, the use of AI and wholesale data collection creates some legal risks companies should be aware of, said Domenique Camacho Moran, a partner at law firm Farrell Fritz who advises companies on employment law.
Companies should be mindful that they aren’t collecting personal data related to health, Moran said. Some vendors, for example, offer wearable technology meant to flag dangers such as unusual body temperatures. Although most U.S. employees at this point are used to some level of surveillance in the workplace, they should be notified of what exactly is being collected and that an AI system might be involved, she said.
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Dancing Pods, Dodging Forklifts: How Companies Are Using AI to Make Work Safer – WSJ