A lot of manufacturing jobs are being automated out of jobs, but a lot of them aren’t.
But… if it’s robots either way, why make stuff in China to begin with? (Raw minerals, I guess…)
Could personalized learning make teachers obsolete? I was never big on “computers in the classroom” until I saw them at work in Redstone. The individual tailoring has remarkable potential.
Tyler Cowen is not even a little bit comforted by comparisons of our current predicament to the Industrial Revolution, which actually had some negative impact on workers.
You know a product is revolutionary when all an ad has to do is show you what it does.
David Meyer Lindenberg investigates what could go wrong with teleconferenced traffic stops.
Slate investigates how half of the country grew up thinking that Eli Whitney was black.
James Pethokoukis looks at the economic boost driverless cars could give the economy. The question is, of course, who reaps the dividends?
Cade Metz says when it comes to AI, we need to worry less about Skynet and more about destroying the middle class.