As automation makes more and more human jobs obsolete, one economist says ingenuity may still trump artificial intelligence in the long run.
That economist said:
“Since the dawn of the industrial age, a recurrent fear has been that technological change will spawn mass unemployment. Neoclassical economists predicted that this would not happen, because people would find other jobs, albeit possibly after a long period of painful adjustment. By and large, that prediction has proven to be correct.” Continue reading