Artificial Intelligence

6 positive AI visions for the future of work

Science-fiction writers, economists and AI experts share their AI visions. Image: Freepik.com

Stuart Russell

Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Center for Human-Compatible AI, University of California, Berkeley

Daniel Susskind

Fellow in Economics, Oxford University, and Visiting Professor, King’s College, London

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Time until machines outperform humans, featured in the report "Positive AI Economic Futures". Source: Grace et al., 2018.

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