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The simple economics of machine intelligence / by Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans and Avi Goldfarb

By: Agrawal, Ajay.
Contributor(s): Gans, Joshua | Goldfarb, Avi.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: Harvard Business School, 17 November 2016Description: Online article.Subject(s): Information technology | Artificial intelligence | Forecasting | Economy | EconomicsOnline resources: Click here to browse Summary: Discusses the future of machine intelligence as forecast by leading economists. Anticipates that increased reliance on machine prediction will lead to a higher demand for human judgement.
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Discusses the future of machine intelligence as forecast by leading economists. Anticipates that increased reliance on machine prediction will lead to a higher demand for human judgement.

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