Anxieties related to artificial intelligence (AI) and automation occupy much of the current discourse surrounding the 21st century labor movement. Perhaps the most visceral example was the recent writers and actors strikes in Hollywood, where AI was a central issue in the fraught negotiations between workers and management. While the Writers Guild of America (WGA) won major concessions from the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers this October, they are far from alone in their concerns. As automation and AI increasingly put architectural workers into a state of precarity, what can we learn from the most recent developments in Hollywood?
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