1. The use of algorithmic management on online labor platforms has become increasingly common, with algorithms being used to match workers with tasks and to monitor their performance.
2. While algorithmic management can increase efficiency and reduce costs for platform owners, it can also lead to issues such as worker exploitation, lack of transparency, and bias in decision-making.
3. To address these concerns, researchers suggest implementing measures such as greater transparency in algorithmic decision-making processes, providing workers with more control over their work arrangements, and promoting collective bargaining among platform workers.
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