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Economist Mariana Mazzucato explains how rethinking industrial policy could be key to tackling climate change.
The social cost of carbon could guide us toward intelligent policies—if only we knew what it was.
AI’s big advances have so far relied on algorithms that train on huge piles of data. If robots are going to work in the real world, that will have to change.
The biggest impact of artificial intelligence will be to help humans make discoveries we couldn’t make on our own.
Carlos D. Bustamante’s hunt for genetic variations between populations should help us better understand and treat disease.
Why brilliant AI technologies are not leading to widespread growth and prosperity.
Artificial intelligence is offering an amazing opportunity to increase prosperity, but whether or not we will seize it is our choice.
Jason Furman, Obama’s top economist, says we need to learn from recent economic history and worry less about 20 years from now.
Berkeley’s Laura Tyson thinks we shouldn’t worry about technological unemployment, but should fear inequality.