It is difficult to say if this will be enough, as it will depend on what concessions and benefits workers gain from the AI space and how much power workers have over decisions that are made in the AI space. It is possible that this is the beginning of a larger trend in which worker representation has a greater say in the decisions that are being made about AI technology and its use. It is also possible, however, that this is just one small step forward in a long process of securing rightful representation for workers in technology-related decisions.
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