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Rise of robotics will upend laws and lead to human job quotas, study says
Lawyers, accountants join list of workers who could lose their jobs to AI, warns report
RISE OF ROBOTICS WILL UPEND LAWS AND LEAD TO HUMAN JOB QUOTAS, STUDY SAYS
Robots in the workplace requires employment law update says IBA
70% of jobs in developing markets under threat from AI – report 
BBC World Update interview with Gerlind Wisskirchen on the report Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Their Impact on the Workplace:

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The rise of robots and artificial intelligence could lead to human quotas and "made by humans" product label under law rethink needed for new world of work
The right to work: lawyers offered to protect people from AI
Des experts juridiques suggèrent la création d'un label
Are you ready to work with a robot lawyer?
Automatisierung der Arbeitswelt: Juristen regen "Menschenquote" an
Robot revolution to transform human workplaces
Future Robots In The Work Place: Artificial Intelligence Will Require New Laws, Attorneys Say
Rise of robotics will upend laws and lead to human job quotas study says
Law fails to cover AI & robots in workplace
Automation of the world of work: lawyers stimulate "people's quota"
Robôs ocuparão tantas vagas de emprego que precisaremos de uma “cota para humanos”, estudo suger
70% of jobs in developing markets under threat from AI – report
Global South to Be 'Potential Losers' as Robots Replace Workers: Report
Push for government to consider ‘human quota’ amid fears robots will nick our jobs
Governments could introduce 'made by humans' tags - legal report
AI may replace a third of graduate jobs: Study
Will the high-tech cities of the future be utterly lonely?
Facing the robot to lead the "Industrial Revolution 4.0", how does the government legislate to protect the disadvantaged human?