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.
How will AI affect the value, design, and operation of physical buildings and cities?
The next productivity boom will not come from robots doing more; it will come from humans doing less.
Lessons from AI and urban planning on why it pays to keep things open — and how exclusivity destroys value.
When everyone can sound intelligent, elite conversations will become less intelligible.
In a networked economy, overestimating low-probability events is not irrational — it's optimal.
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