Last month I organised the Future of Artificial Intelligence in the European Parliament. We had the IMF, United Nations, OECD and companies like Intel all attending and speaking. It was a fascinating event – videos will be forthcoming. It was hosted by Daniel Hannan MEP, who joined the board of the Cobden Centre last year.
I gave a speech on the economics of artificial intelligence, based around the speeches I gave last year at the IMF Headquarters and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence in Washington D.C.
The panel discussed, among other things, the economics of artificial intelligence.