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AI and The Future Of Work

I grow weary of commentators making the assertion — with little evidence or backup, aside from the comments of like-mined others — that automation of work will not lead to a decrease in jobs. The latest is Christopher Mims who seems to think robots will increase wealth in the countries adopting them.”

Stowe Boyd

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