Artificial intelligence is changing the economy.
So is globalization.
It’s hard to deny that.
But there’s a deeper problem with the arguments: they don’t take into account the impact on the real economy.
This article by Michael Tesler explains the problem, argues that we can and should make AI more humane, and argues that it will not destroy the human race.
Michael Teslers is an associate professor of economics at Cornell University.
Follow him on Twitter: @michaeltesler.
This is an opinion piece.
The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.