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Why The Singularity May Merge Humans And Machines: Nouriel Roubini

Why The Singularity May Merge Humans And Machines: Nouriel Roubini

Why The Singularity May Merge Humans And Machines: Nouriel Roubini

AI may work with the human brain to enhance human intelligence, says New York University Professor Emeritus of Economics and International Business Nouriel Roubini. In this episode of "The Bottom Line," Roubini explains how economists think about the singularity, why strict but open immigration policy will increase growth and innovation and why environmental claims about net zero are inaccurate.

Chapters:
00:00 — Introduction
0:22 — Risk
01:14 — Artificial intelligence
03:10 — Tax robots
04:03 — Singularity
04:55 — Globalization
05:47 — Immigration
06:55 — Environment
08:55 — Leading economy

Produced, Shot and Edited by: Mark Licea
Additional Camera by: Andrea Miller
Supervising Producer: Lindsey Jacobson

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Why The Singularity May Merge Humans And Machines: Nouriel Roubini