Building and expanding on existing theories of welfare economics, Jacques Bughin and Eric Hazan of the McKinsey Global Institute simulated how technology adoption today could play out in future. Their key finding is that two dimensions will be decisive - and in both cases, business has a central role to play. They argue that artificial... Read More

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