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Title Artificial intelligence, automation, and the economy / Executive Office of the President.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Executive Office of the President, 2016.

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 ONLINE GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION  PREX 1.2:AR 7    ONLINE  
Subject Artificial intelligence -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Forecasting.
Artificial intelligence -- Social aspects -- United States -- Forecasting.
Artificial intelligence -- Government policy -- United States.
Labor supply -- Effect of technological innovations on.
Human-machine systems -- Technological innovations -- Social aspects -- United States -- Forecasting.
Human-machine systems -- Technological innovations -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Forecasting.
Human-machine systems -- Government policy -- United States.
Alt Name United States. Executive Office of the President,
Description 1 online resource (49 pages) : color illustrations
Note "December 2016."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 44-49).
Contents Executive Summary. -- Economics of AI-driven automation. -- Policy responses. -- Conclusion. -- Outreach and development of this report. -- Introduction. -- Economics of AI-driven automation. -- AI and the macroeconomy: technology and productivity growth. -- AI and the labor market: diverse potential effects. -- Historical effects of technical change. -- AI and the labor market: the near term. -- What kind of jobs will AI create? -- Technology is not destiny - institutions and policies are critical. -- Policy responses. -- Strategy #1: Invest in and develop AI for its many benefits. -- Strategy #2: Educate and train Americans for jobs of the future. -- Strategy #3: Aid workers in the transition and empower workers to ensure broadly shared growth. -- Conclusion. -- References.
Summary Accelerating artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities will enable automation of some tasks that have long required human labor. These transformations will open up new opportunities for individuals, the economy, and society, but they have the potential to disrupt the current livelihoods of millions of Americans. Whether AI leads to unemployment and increases in inequality over the long-run depends not only on the technology itself but also on the institutions and policies that are in place. This report examines the expected impact of AI-driven automation on the economy, and describes broad strategies that could increase the benefits of AI and mitigate its costs.
Reproduction Reproduction. [Alliance,OH: University of Mount Union Library, 2017. spiral bound; 29cm. Printed from web site (January 05, 2017).
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (White House, viewed December 21, 2016).
OCLC # 966642591



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