Nothing to fear: No growth, AI and education

We shouldn’t be afraid of automation, but of the moment we’ll stop growing as a society.

Dov Frohman, former vice president of Intel Corporation and inventor of the erasable programmable read-only memory, sits down and explains the implications of Artificial Intelligence and how this disruptive technology will transform employment and education.

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