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Edmund Phelps considers the effects of automation and artificial intelligence from the perspective of welfare economics
8th Aug 20, 9:21am
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Edmund Phelps considers the effects of automation and artificial intelligence from the perspective of welfare economics
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson sees a new world emerging post-COVID-19 with changes for globalisation and labour market dynamics, and potential ahead for a Great Reset, or debt jubilee
16th Apr 20, 5:15pm
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Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson sees a new world emerging post-COVID-19 with changes for globalisation and labour market dynamics, and potential ahead for a Great Reset, or debt jubilee
Growing use of artificial intelligence and robotics signalled in Auckland Council report 
28th Jun 19, 10:16am
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Growing use of artificial intelligence and robotics signalled in Auckland Council report 
Our third story on a UBS report on banking's industrial revolution looks at the impact of climate change, the gig economy, consumers controlling their own data, cyber security and more
27th Jun 19, 2:50pm
Our third story on a UBS report on banking's industrial revolution looks at the impact of climate change, the gig economy, consumers controlling their own data, cyber security and more
Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman on the top 5 drivers of rising populism, including living in a material world, the robots taking over, the lingering GFC effects, the decline of labour's bargaining power, and inescapable rising inequality
5th Apr 19, 10:00am
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Kiwibank senior economist Jeremy Couchman on the top 5 drivers of rising populism, including living in a material world, the robots taking over, the lingering GFC effects, the decline of labour's bargaining power, and inescapable rising inequality
Matthew Bartlett and Geoffrey Roberts of Citizen AI look at the geopolitics of AI, China's digital dystopia in the making, the transport and energy transformation, building digitally inclusive communities and more
21st Dec 18, 10:05am
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Matthew Bartlett and Geoffrey Roberts of Citizen AI look at the geopolitics of AI, China's digital dystopia in the making, the transport and energy transformation, building digitally inclusive communities and more
Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
16th Nov 18, 10:18am
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Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
Patrick Watson suggests future historians will say the 2008–2009 crisis marked 'peak globalization' and we're now heading down the other side of the mountain
14th Nov 18, 11:06am
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Patrick Watson suggests future historians will say the 2008–2009 crisis marked 'peak globalization' and we're now heading down the other side of the mountain
Gareth Vaughan on Francis Fukuyama & identity politics, Silicon Valley & the radicalisation of the world, Corbyn the Trotskyite, Goldman Sachs cops a kicking, Bolsonaro & the Amazon & more
9th Nov 18, 10:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on Francis Fukuyama & identity politics, Silicon Valley & the radicalisation of the world, Corbyn the Trotskyite, Goldman Sachs cops a kicking, Bolsonaro & the Amazon & more
Patrick Watson argues we must prepare now for the mass upheaval coming as machines take humans' jobs
30th Sep 18, 6:38am
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Patrick Watson argues we must prepare now for the mass upheaval coming as machines take humans' jobs
Peter Zámborský says companies that want to thrive in this world of uncertainty need to build their capabilities in ‘redesigning their business’
16th Aug 18, 10:31am
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Peter Zámborský says companies that want to thrive in this world of uncertainty need to build their capabilities in ‘redesigning their business’
Assistant Principal and economics and business teacher Mark Snoad looks at some hot education issues, including is tradition enough? thinking differently, are we preparing students for a future that doesn't exist? prophets of doom, and more
29th Jun 18, 10:01am
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Assistant Principal and economics and business teacher Mark Snoad looks at some hot education issues, including is tradition enough? thinking differently, are we preparing students for a future that doesn't exist? prophets of doom, and more
Tom Coupé on Artificial Intelligence including computers reaching human-like intelligence, will we lose our jobs, self-driving cars, Mark Zuckerberg's trash & more
20th Apr 18, 10:00am
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Tom Coupé on Artificial Intelligence including computers reaching human-like intelligence, will we lose our jobs, self-driving cars, Mark Zuckerberg's trash & more
John Mauldin sees major changes coming and argues that with unimaginable and unmanageable future, people must start thinking the unthinkable
31st Oct 17, 9:32am
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John Mauldin sees major changes coming and argues that with unimaginable and unmanageable future, people must start thinking the unthinkable
Worrying about the potential downside of smart machines can blind us to the exciting possibilities they may open up for us in the future, argues Darl Kolb
18th Oct 17, 2:00pm
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Worrying about the potential downside of smart machines can blind us to the exciting possibilities they may open up for us in the future, argues Darl Kolb
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on hi-tech services and manufacturing, making Auckland affordable, land taxes, paying teachers & how economics can improve your life
28th Jul 17, 10:02am
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy on hi-tech services and manufacturing, making Auckland affordable, land taxes, paying teachers & how economics can improve your life
Rodney Dickens questions the threat technology poses to employment, noting that the new jobs that inevitably come are harder to see now than the ones that will be lost
12th Jul 17, 11:44am
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Rodney Dickens questions the threat technology poses to employment, noting that the new jobs that inevitably come are harder to see now than the ones that will be lost
Siah Hwee Ang on America's show of steel, corruption on TV in China, NZ is 'first' again, nurturing home-grown, the big boys fight in Southeast Asia, who is stealing your job? and more
5th May 17, 10:02am
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Siah Hwee Ang on America's show of steel, corruption on TV in China, NZ is 'first' again, nurturing home-grown, the big boys fight in Southeast Asia, who is stealing your job? and more
Matt Nolan presents his Top 10 links on the economics of automation
3rd Mar 17, 10:08am
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Matt Nolan presents his Top 10 links on the economics of automation
Kiwi analyst Michael Parker on why robots and modern China are ruining Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations treatise and will frustrate Donald Trump
5th Dec 16, 12:18pm
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Kiwi analyst Michael Parker on why robots and modern China are ruining Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations treatise and will frustrate Donald Trump
Simpson Grierson's Louise Taylor on augmenting the human experience, getting really in-touch with emotions, robots hugging toward global domination and, er, queuing up for you, NZ's driverless loophole and more
30th Sep 16, 10:02am
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Simpson Grierson's Louise Taylor on augmenting the human experience, getting really in-touch with emotions, robots hugging toward global domination and, er, queuing up for you, NZ's driverless loophole and more
NZIER's Aaron Drew & John Ballingall look at the impact of disruptive technologies on Kiwis, and how we are facing up to the changes
21st Oct 15, 2:15pm
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NZIER's Aaron Drew & John Ballingall look at the impact of disruptive technologies on Kiwis, and how we are facing up to the changes
Lena Hesselgrave on how gender pay equality can make us rich, Facebook in developing countries, US school shootings, software "eating the world", city planning, Dilbert & more
9th Oct 15, 10:00am
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Lena Hesselgrave on how gender pay equality can make us rich, Facebook in developing countries, US school shootings, software "eating the world", city planning, Dilbert & more
Matt Nolan explains how we can live with the consequences of huge productivity improvements coming from technological change. Your view?
22nd Jan 13, 1:33pm
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Matt Nolan explains how we can live with the consequences of huge productivity improvements coming from technological change. Your view?
"Magic savings" number is 18%; The price of financial advice; Precious investments and fear; Hotel Wifi; The Real Steel $2 million competition
16th Apr 12, 11:18am
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"Magic savings" number is 18%; The price of financial advice; Precious investments and fear; Hotel Wifi; The Real Steel $2 million competition