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Are robots taking our jobs?

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What will be the impact of automation on the economy? Bruegel's own Giuseppe Porcaro discusses with Aaron Benanav, Laura Nurski, and Alexis Moraitis.  In the future, what forces will cause the economy to grow and stagnate? What impact will AI and automation have on the economy? Is capitalism a sustainable economic model? Today on The Sound of Economics, we’re asking the big questions. In order to find answers, our own Giuseppe Porcaro hosts Aaron Benanav, recent author of Automation and the Future of Work. Benanav argues that the “rise of the robots” may not really explain future employment crises, or our failure to move into a post-scarcity era. Meanwhile, Bruegel Research Fellow Laura Nurski adds insight from her own research at Bruegel’s Future of work and inclusive growth project,

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What will be the impact of automation on the economy? Bruegel's own Giuseppe Porcaro discusses with Aaron Benanav, Laura Nurski, and Alexis Moraitis.

 In the future, what forces will cause the economy to grow and stagnate? What impact will AI and automation have on the economy? Is capitalism a sustainable economic model?

Today on The Sound of Economics, we’re asking the big questions. In order to find answers, our own Giuseppe Porcaro hosts Aaron Benanav, recent author of Automation and the Future of Work. Benanav argues that the “rise of the robots” may not really explain future employment crises, or our failure to move into a post-scarcity era.

Meanwhile, Bruegel Research Fellow Laura Nurski adds insight from her own research at Bruegel’s Future of work and inclusive growth project, and Alexis Moraitis at Lancaster University considers how advances in technology could impact the international political economy.

If you want to learn more about the possible robot uprising, you should check out our work on artificial intelligence in the workplace, or listen to our past podcast, The Skills of the Future.

Sound Money Economics System was a fringe political party in Manitoba, Canada, during the provincial election of 1941.

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