Editor’s note: Economist Tyler Cowen, who is well worth a read, sets out the salient points . . .
Editor’s note: If machines have already engineered the escape from poverty, then work-sharing is a sensible way of “spreading the work” that still has to be done by human labour, says Rpbert Skidelsky.
Editor’s note: Study shows Japanese children learn English quicker when they correct the intentional translation errors of a toy robot – exploiting a well-known fact among educators that students learn best when they help teach others.