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Welcome to Labor of Law. Advocates, lawmakers and regulators are spotlighting the legal risks of artificial intelligence tools in the workplace. The latest target is facial recognition technology that critics say could lead to bias against women and people of color. Plus: New York City became the first major U.S. city to institute a minimum wage for app-based drivers. Will other jurisdictions follow? Scroll down for Who Got the Work, and much more.

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Erin Mulvaney

Erin Mulvaney covers labor and employment issues from the Swamp to Silicon Valley. She's a Texas native based in Washington, D.C. Contact her at emulvaney@alm.com. On Twitter: @erinmulvaney

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