Prof. Greg Marston’s research interests are on the social impact of AI and automation in the future of work. He focuses on the welfare-work nexus and the changing nature of employment, including the gig economy.

He has written various submissions and given evidence at government inquiries into the future of work.

He has undertaken research on Uber drivers, e-government, addressing inequalities associated with automation through basic income proposals.

He is also interested in public policy approaches to regulating AI to reduce bias and increase transparency in algorithmic decision-making.

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Professor Greg Marston

Deputy Executive Dean
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Director, Centre for Policy Futures
Centre for Policy Futures