As artificial intelligence puts many out of work, we must forge new economic, social and educational systems, says Yuval Noah Harari.
He goes on to argue that governments might decide to deliberately slow down the pace of automation, to lessen the resulting shocks and allow time for readjustments. But it will probably be both impossible and undesirable to prevent automation and job loss completely.
Check out this opinion piece, discussing many of the policy areas covered in the OECD work on #GoingDigital: the future of work; lifelong learning; taxing the digital economy; self-driving vehicles...
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