Public discussion of the effects of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) often focuses on the productivity benefits for companies and the economy, on the one hand, and on the potential downside for workers, on the other. Yet there is a critical third dimension that should not be overlooked: the impact of new technologies on wellbeing.
Historically, technological innovation has had positive effects on wellbeing extending far beyond what is captured by standard economic metrics such as G...
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