We are going to have to start thinking about how to minimize the looming A.I.-fueled gap between the haves and the have-nots.
We’re all going to face a very challenging next fifteen or twenty years, when half of the jobs are going to be replaced by machines.
Major theoretical breakthroughs in AI have finally yielded practical applications that are poised to change our lives.
One thing we don’t have to worry about is the fevered warnings of utopians and dystopians about AI making humans obsolete.
When it comes to AI, it's incumbent upon us to understand its monumental impact, widespread benefits, and serious challenges.
Routine jobs may be replaced by AI, but we can create many compassionate jobs. The human edge over AI is creativity and compassion.
Building societies that thrive in the age of AI will require substantial changes to our economy but also a shift in culture and values.
To have any chance of forging a better future, we must first understand the economic gauntlet that we are about to pass through.
Yes, we will lose jobs – but AI will liberate us from routine work and push us to become more human, not less.
Governments must proactively seize the opportunity that the material wealth of AI will grant us, and use it to reconstruct our economies.
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