Category Archives: Artificial Intelligence

Furthering Medical Progress

It seems to me…. “I think history would say that medical research has, throughout many changes of parties, remained as one of the shining lights of bipartisan agreement, that people are concerned about health for themselves, for their families, for … Continue reading

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Limitations Of Technological Adaptation

It seems to me…. “Technological change is never an isolated phenomenon. This revolution takes place inside a complex ecosystem which comprises business, governmental, and societal dimensions. To make a country fit for the new type of innovation-driven competition, the whole … Continue reading

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Technology’s Impact On Employment

It seems to me…. “Ever since the Industrial Revolution, investments in science and technology have proved to be reliable engines of economic growth. If homegrown interest in those fields is not regenerated soon, the comfortable lifestyle to which Americans have … Continue reading

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U.S.-China Relations

It seems to me…. “China and the U.S. need each other very badly. Yes, we should argue about some things, but it’s not an ‘us versus them’, it’s an ‘us and them’ type scenario.” ~ Bill Gates[1]. U.S. foreign policy … Continue reading

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Robotics And Employment

It seems to me…. “Increasingly, the work we do is enabled more and more by new IT, including automation, robotics, and intelligent platforms.” ~ Pierre Nanterme[1]. During the Industrial Revolution, John Stuart Mill wrote “there cannot be a more legitimate … Continue reading

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Advances In Education

It seems to me…. “Today in America, we are trying to prepare students for a high-tech world of constant change, but we are doing so by putting them through a school system designed in the early 20th Century that has … Continue reading

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Challenges Of Economic Inequality

It seems to me…. “Economic inequality is a corrosive force that undermines economic growth, puts a brake on the fight against poverty, and sparks social unrest.” ~ Winnie Byanyima[1]. While limited societal inequality is necessary to serve as an incentive … Continue reading

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