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Could artificial intelligence really boost labour productivity? and more

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Could artificial intelligence really boost labour productivity?
By Julian Jacobs and Francesco Tasin
Artificial intelligence has long been theorised as a cure for the West’s ailing productivity growth, which has been stagnant for about 40 years. But the discourse on the productivity effects of AI has been almost entirely speculative. Until recently, evidence of large-scale exposure to AI was absent from data.

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The West needs to reinvest in the global order
By Mark Sobel
Against the backdrop of war, US-China tensions and threats of isolationism, it’s time to reinvest in the bricks and mortar of the global order. But the prospects are dim, especially in America.

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