Ars Technica’s woefully infrequent podcast the Ars Technicast returned the other day with a great talk with Bradford DeLong, an economics professor at UC Berkeley.
This is an economics discussion about the future of technology, jobs, AI, and the connections we (or he, at the least) can make with the historic “disruptions” in the industrial and social orders that we have already been through. Jobs, AI, taxes, Facebook and democracy all factor into DeLong’s historically rich explanation of where we’re at. He sounds smart.
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