AI and Shared Prosperity

  title={AI and Shared Prosperity},
  author={Katya Klinova and Anton Korinek},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2021 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society},
Future advances in AI that automate away human labor may have stark implications for labor markets and inequality. This paper proposes a framework to analyze the effects of specific types of AI systems on the labor market, based on how much labor demand they will create versus displace, while taking into account that productivity gains also make society wealthier and thereby contribute to additional labor demand. This analysis enables ethically-minded companies creating or deploying AI systems… 
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