Innovation, Automation, and the Future of Work
12-07-2016 07:00pm

Innovation, Automation, and the Future of Work

Thank you for your interest in attending our upcoming event, “Innovation, Automation, and the Future of Work.”

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As artificial intelligence continues to improve, automation increases, and the nature of work evolves, how will our day-to-day lives be affected? Whether technological advances are leading to a bleak dystopia or an age of progress and prosperity, what are some realistic benefits and challenges that we ought to start thinking through today?

Please join the Adam Smith Society, the Charles Koch Institute, the Lincoln Initiative, and a panel of experts to discuss where we are headed.



Garrett Johnson, co-founder, Lincoln Initiative


Robin Hanson, associate professor, George Mason University, and research associate, Future of Humanity Institute, Oxford University
Paul Martino, founder and general partner, Bullpen Capital
Charles Murray, W.H. Brady Scholar, American Enterprise Institute

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