Economist Roger Bootle presents a no-nonsense, evidence-based assessment of what humanity can expect in the coming decades. AI will likely deliver growth in GDP and living standards beyond anything seen in almost 50 years. The book sometimes has a rushed feel, but Bootle’s sensible, levelheaded and practical view of the coming age of AI seems correct and convincing, even though he warns throughout that – predictions being what they are – he may well be wrong.
About the Author
Roger Bootle is the founder and chairman of Capital Economics and writes for a major British newspaper. Bootle and his firm won the Wolfson Economics Prize in 2012.
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7 months agoI’m not happy with the summary. I wish it can improve. Instead of ~40 statements, should group it into say 10 points, each with insight, an example or a story to drive point home.
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