I recently hosted Joe Gulesserian, author of 'The Practical MBA on Economics', to discuss the evolving topic of artificial intelligence. We discussed both positive and negative impacts of AI on various industries and professions, from manufacturing and programming to white-collar work and even espionage. Joe also expressed concerns about the potential for extensive job loss and universal basic income in a society dominated by AI. However, he wonders if we could possibly see a more efficient world with a shorter work week. The conversation raises intriguing questions about the future of work, the economy, and society in the age of A.I.
The Practical M.B.A. on Economics - What They Do & Don't Teach You At Business School - https://amzn.to/3u8zVGL
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