How to Not Replace Humans

 

April 13, 2019 – Kaveh Waddell – Axios

By changing incentives that currently encourage the development of technologies that compete with people, experts hope to redirect the future of work away from widespread automation-fueled job loss.

2. The dormant potential backlash

2019 – Axios

“Trump has made a policy cornerstone out of his trade war with China, elevating the automation-breeds-competitiveness argument. Companies could be propelled toward faster automation and accelerate a coming topsy-turvy future of work.”

The AI gig economy is coming for you

 

May 31, 2019 – Karen Hao – MIT Technology Review

“The artificial-intelligence industry runs on the invisible labor of humans working in isolated and often terrible conditions—and the model is spreading to more and more businesses.”