Govt too blase about AI threat, visiting professor warns

Govt too blase about AI threat, visiting professor warns
Victoria Young
By Victoria Young Aug. 13 (BusinessDesk) - London School of Economics professor Robert Wade says officials in Wellington are too blase about the impact of artificial intelligence, one of four factors he sees contributing to how the “Trump era” could last 30 years.  Wade made the remarks during a talk about the rise of global inequality and populist leaders such as US President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Before an audience of 150 at University of Auckland’s business school last night, the Kiwi ex-pat emphasised ar...

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