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Brussels Economic Forum 2018: What is the future of work in a digital economy? Debate

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That the digital economy is changing the way we work is undisputed. But will it - in particular the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics - lead to major productivity growth? A head-to-head debate whether the answer to this is yes or no between two leading academic economists opened the first panel of this year’s Brussels Economic Forum. It included a before-and-after the debate audience vote on the issue, with a surprising outcome.

Type: Report   Reference: I-158054   Date: 05/06/2018
Personalities:   Gordon, Robert J. |   Rifkin, Jeremy  
Location: Brussels - Flagey | Brussels - Flagey Cultural Centre  
Languages: ORIGINAL

Tags: Brussels Economic Forum | Digital Agenda | Digitisation
© European Union, 2018   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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