27 DEC 2016 - Artificial intelligence – the science of teaching computers to think like humans – could reshape the global economy by making both capital investments and labor costs more efficient. That would provide a meaningful boost to productivity growth, which has stagnated since the internet boom of the 1990s. Heath Terry of Goldman Sachs Research discusses the technology’s most promising uses, the industries set to take advantage and how widespread adoption might impact the labor market.
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