The Great AI Debates: Are the robots coming for our jobs

Lecture / Panel
Open to the Public

We are living in possibly the most extraordinary era in human history. World population has doubled over the past 50 years. Global GDP has grown to nearly $81 trillion. There are now more democratic nations than ever before. And we’re living in the Age of AI.

What will AI impact? Short answer: Everything

The Future Labs and Applied Brilliance bring you the Great AI Debate Series. At the intersection of commerce, culture, academia, technology, and humanity, these unscripted dialogues among experts tackle the most profound changes our society is experiencing. Our first conversation delves into the controversial question:

Are the robots coming for our jobs?

What does the future of work look like? As organizations move to more efficient robots, what will be the impact to the economy, society, and you? Join cultural anthropologist Madeleine Clare Elish (Data & Society Research Institute), economic development leader Karen Bhatia (Creative & Applied Tech, NYC EDC), business executive Andrea Bonime Blanc (GEC Risk Advisory), applied AI expert Steven Kuyan (NYU Tandon Future Labs), sociologist/economist Mona Sloane (NYU Tandon School of Engineering), and psychologist/data scientist JT Kostman to find out.

This is a free event for students and faculty.

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