Have you ever felt like someone's watching your every move at work?

Well, with the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) surveillance in the workplace, that feeling might not be too far off.

I stumbled across this article from CNBC and what it revealed was rather shocking.

Artificial Intelligence In The Workplace

So, picture this: AI algorithms lurking in the digital shadows, analyzing your emails, tracking your internet usage, and even keeping tabs on your social media activity.

Sounds a bit like something out of a sci-fi thriller, right?

But this is the reality for many employees today.

I suppose, on the surface, these AI-powered monitoring tools are marketed as solutions to boost productivity and tighten security.

But peel back the layers, and you'll uncover a whole host of ethical concerns.

Privacy and Artificial Intelligence

When AI snoops on your personal communications and online activities without your consent, it's definitely crossing some boundaries.

I mean, who wants their boss peeking into their private messages or scrolling through their social media feeds?

And then there's the issue of bias.

These AI algorithms aren't perfect—they can unfairly target certain groups or individuals, leading to all sorts of discriminatory practices.

Imagine being passed over for a promotion because some algorithm decided you didn't fit the mold. Not cool, right?

Artificial Intelligence And Mental Well-being

Constant surveillance can really mess with your head, causing stress, anxiety, and burnout.

I don't know about you, but the thought of being watched 24/7 would definitely dampen my workday.

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