If artificial intelligence eventually eliminates some jobs for humans, should the parties that profit from AI pay money to society to compensate for the loss?
The transformative potential of AI has become increasingly salient as a matter of public and political interest, according to a number of experts. Many have argued that AI could lead to a substantial lowering of wages, job displacement, and even large-scale elimination of employment opportunities as the structure of the economy changes productivity.
There is a "strong consensus" among AI researchers, "that most, if not all, human work can, in theory, be automated."
Can't automate my imagination.
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