Yes, old work is done better in person. But new work will ultimately produce the greatest value.
I wanted to share with you a video of a talk and Q&A session I gave in San Diego a few weeks ago. It summarizes my thoughts about the future of work, but also some broader ideas about the nature of our economy and where everything is headed.
A.I. might "liberate" most humans to do jobs that are less meaningful and entail limited agency. It'll be more fun than it sounds.
The next productivity boom will not come from robots doing more; it will come from humans doing less.
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