by Jason Crawford · April 1, 2022 · 1 min read
Economist and author Erik Brynjolfsson joins host Jason Crawford and the Interintellect community for a SuperSalon on the economics of automation, productivity, and jobs.
How has digital technology driven the reinvention of our lives and our economy, and what will the full impact of these technologies be? What are the opportunities and challenges inherent in technologies such as self-driving cars, 3D printers, and the sharing economy? And what are the economic implications of digital technologies encroaching on human skills?
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