Artificial Intelligence

Automation and the questions we should be asking, according to a Nobel Laureate

'The robots are no longer coming; they are here.' Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

Edmund S. Phelps

Director, The Center on Capitalism and Society, Columbia University

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