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Tune in: Economist holding Facebook Live Q&A about AI and the future of work

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13 September 2016



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How will artificial intelligence change the world of work? The Economist is holding a Facebook Live Q&A with their Deputy Editor on Tuesday, September 13, 4pm London time. You can watch, listen, and tune in on their Facebook page, here.

Be sure to also read The Economist: AI and Future of Work, an interactive and downloadable PDF.


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