On the enduring topic of how people deal with intelligent machines, we have this important election bulletin.

On the enduring topic of how people deal with intelligent machines, we have this important election bulletin.

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Here is an interesting ebook ruminating on the economic impact of robots. Well written and the predictions seem mostly sound, but the proposed solutions seem unworkable and contradictory.