We have so many machines. Why are there still so many jobs?

Photo: Matthew Hurst

Photo: Matthew Hurst/Flickr

At TEDxCambridge, MIT economist David Autor explores why decades of automation hasn’t led to near-complete job loss for humanity. Machines, he says, don’t necessarily replace humans in the workplace, but instead complement our expertise, judgment, and creativity.

Watch his whole talk below:

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