The Robots, AI, and Unemployment Anti-FAQ
Three Pipe Problem stashed this in Humanity vs Computers
Q. But to sum up, you think that AI is definitely not the issue we should be talking about with respect to unemployment.
A. Right. From an economic perspective, AI is a completely odd place to focus your concern about modern-day unemployment.
Interesting, I read the White House report on AI as saying it will soon replace millions of jobs:
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On the other hand, agreeing with your point:
Stephen Hawking believes automation and AI will decimate middle class jobs.
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Well sure, but do they have a theory on why the economy suddenly can't replace jobs, despite much greater job displacements in history, where that has always occurred?
There's no new big source of un-automatable jobs that anyone can think of unless companies, nonprofits, governments, and/or the military-industrial complexes grow at an unprecedented pace.