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La guerra fría tecnológica que se avecina

EL PAIS

La competencia entre Estados Unidos y China por el talento del siglo XXI, representado en el dominio del ‘big data’ y la inteligencia artificial, podría dar lugar a una reacción más aguda contra la globalización.

The Coming Technological Cold War

PROJECT SYNDICATE

The conflict between the United States and China over trade and technology is an increasingly high-stakes zero-sum affair. And it is not just about amassing data and talent to achieve economic and geostrategic primacy; like the original Cold War, it is also about the future of liberal democracy.

The Real Payoff From Artificial Intelligence Is Still a Decade Off

FOREIGN POLICY

Artificial intelligence has invaded everyday objects, such as cell phones, cars, fridges, and televisions. But the world economy seems to have little to show for the proliferation of smartness.

No es la tecnología, sino su gobernanza, lo que salvará la democracia

EL PAIS

El inmovilismo rara vez es una opción y las nuevas tecnologías no son intrínsecamente contrarias al orden liberal que las ha creado.

Economic Growth Is No Longer Enough

PROJECT SYNDICATE

As new technologies subject the world’s economies to massive structural change, wages are no longer playing the central redistributive role they once did. Unless the decoupling of productivity and wages is addressed, the political convulsions many countries are experiencing will only intensify.

The Digital Revolution’s Silent Majority

PROJECT SYNDICATE

An abiding mystery of the twenty-first-century economy is tepid productivity growth despite the emergence of cutting-edge technologies with the potential to disrupt entire industries. But there could be a simple explanation: the attention these technologies receive is wildly disproportionate to their scale and scope.

The Digital Revolution’s Silent Majority

PROJECT SYNDICATE

An abiding mystery of the twenty-first-century economy is tepid productivity growth despite the emergence of cutting-edge technologies with the potential to disrupt entire industries. But there could be a simple explanation: the attention these technologies receive is wildly disproportionate to their scale and scope.